Some artists go to great pains to describe their mission. Lucky Nelms...well, not so much. Describing herself as a "visual artist or whatever", Nelms uses recycled wood and random objects from musical media to shoes to create outsider-esque art stirring enough to appear in the homes of any of the billion of actors from The Outsiders. Pony Boy up for these:
Nvr Forget: Inspired by Dia de los Muertos, this glow-in-the-dark remembrance of things past was constructed from a peg board, rose stems, painted roses, old cassettes, and records, those round things listened to by people approaching the aforementioned Dia.
Social Living: A mixed-media piece on wood and peg board that was painted using an oil stick, acrylic, and spray paint, this Che-shirted dude is blowing some heavy smoke. In that it doesn't seem to be obeying the laws of smoke as it sinks towards the ground.
Push: A basketball player made out of cut-up Converses leaps over a red, white, blue, and silver flag, possibly a reference to USA Basketball's treatment in the '72 Olympics, when the refs obviously couldn't C Thomas Howell what the hell was going on.