Breanne Trammell & Mary Banas
Infinite Edition, 2018
Symbols of America, spit-fountain screenprint 11" x 17"
Little White Lies, screenprint booklet, 2.75" x 4.25"
Trying to Let Go/Trying to Hang On, pinback button, 2.5"
Someday, screenprint on blue satin ribbon, 2" wide
Be Empty, folded risograph, 11" x 17" (flat)
My Third Eye is a Black Hole & Don't Try to Buy Milk at the Hardware Store, screenprint diptych, 8.5" x 11"
Are You Ever, Like, Tryin' to Let Go?, hot orange crack-n-peel quick fade sticker, 4.25" x 5.5"
Grin and Ignore It (Gareld), vinyl sticker, not quite 4"
IT's What We DO!, risograph 11" x 17"
Stuff We're Not Talking About..., tabbed flier risograph, 11" x 17"
My Basement, Your Basement, laser, 6" x 4"
Friends In Really Low Places, laser on cloud paper, 4.25" x 5.5"
Lean Into The Void, tiny flag
Existential Crisis is My Co-Pilot, screenprint bumper sticker, 11.5" x 3"
Life is a Highway is an evolving suite of printed ephemera: physical evidence for the thoughts and conversations we are and aren’t having in America. This work appropriates vernacular graphic forms to prompt discussion and reflection and bears witness to the unrest and anxiety of modern life in America. It speaks to the idea of “freedom” and the metaphorical open road—that we must keep rolling, moving, and progressing, as individuals, as a community, and as a country. Life is a Highway.