Excluding Art Carney -- the spawn of grotesque, roving circus folk -- art produced by those who are well-traveled often has an added depth and character. To wit: Ocular Invasion, the work of a Mpls-based journeyman whose youth as an always-relocating military brat has imbued his stuff with a creative cast of "characters (typographical) and characters (monstrous)" inspired by the "ever-changing landscape of cities and faces" he experienced, and evidenced in purchasable wares like:
In & Out: Busting through both sides of the wall, this man/monster 3D papercraft sculpture (originally created for a show at Pink Hobo gallery) is "sold together since the butt doesn't really make sense without the head", which is why you always see those decapitated chickens running and never pooping.
Road Rash: This three-color hipster-biking print is part of a signed, limited run of 50, and goes to show that "a real biker knows a little road rash is nothing to be scared of", unless of course Axel has a chain.
5 by 5: Monstrously seeking to capture what it "might be like to have senses that are stronger, maybe even five times stronger, than anyone else's", this set of five prints is also limited, just like Art's dramatic range. Art Carney sucks!