Published by J&L Books
In Festus, Canadian artist and illustrator Jason Logan depicts the classic figure of the frontiersman in various incarnations. Logan made these works while traveling to the Klondike Institute in the outer reaches of Yukon, by the Alaska border, and they reflect the rugged landscape of the Canadian northwest; traces of Basquiat, too, are visible in the faces, sometimes seemingly rendered in finger paint. Thirty-five variations on the frontiersman--as hustler, magician, logger--make up this slender gem of a book.
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