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We're not in Kansas anymore

We're not in Kansas anymore

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18 x 24"  Artist Edition of 300

36 x 60" Artist Edition of 30

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Signed and numbered editions, archival artist prints on 310GSM Matte Textured Artists Paper with 2 inch white border. Shipped in heavy duty poster mailing tube. Includes Shipping and Insurance the Continental US. 4 x 6" Postcard Open Edition, Signed, stamped and mailed USPS includes postage.  International Shipping Extra.

1954 3¢ Kansas Territorial Centennial. 'FIGHT OUR INSECT ENEMIES' slogan cancel.

elieving that spraying crops and people would heal the world, the scorched earth campaign was in motion since the 1850’s. Spanish Influenza started in the dust bowl of Kansas 1918, killing a million young healthy adults across the nation. The first mature generation to have grown up eating foods and using products laced with toxic chemicals, neither the Earth nor the human body had ever experienced this kind of chemical impact.

As people migrated across the dust bowls of the Midwest to California during the depression, the Earth was fighting back, shaking off these early years of chemical applications. The Earth and its balance was at stake. We had been warned by the native peoples as we crossed the plains in our wagon trains. They saw the plagues that human kind would bring with its chemical development and industrial greed.

he leaches, the ticks, the mosquitoes that would suck our blood dressed up as politician and banker. The robber barons squeezing the profit and breath out of life, hurling the carcass to the floor and wiping their mouth of blood. A stake through the heart or a silver bullet may be required to end this 150 year chemical reign.