Rural Queer

  • Rural Queer

This new print celebrates rural queer life. Featuring a teleidoscoped* background of the grain elevators outside the shop and an assortment of wood type. Limited edition of 100.

*The teleidoscope is an amazing queer object invented in the 1970s by gay activists John Burnside and Harry Hay. Similar to the kaleidoscope which uses glass to create intricate patters, the teleidoscope uses a prism to to distort, or should was say queer, the natural world.