Wayne Kimball is an artist based out of Utah who also spent some time studying in Arizona. He describes himself as follows: “…a right-handed Caucasian male artisan who makes lithographs in a subterranean chamber situated near the mouth of Battlecreek Canyon. Although he does not hear very well, he does wear bifocaled spectacles to improve his visual acuity. He showers early every morning, and has a day job impersonating an art professor at Brigham Young University.” His quirky character shows through in his choice of titles for his pieces which are oftentimes long and describe unknown background to his prints. What’s so amazing about his prints is that they’re entirely and meticulously hand made. No part of them are produced by a machine, but all by hand-made prints. He has mastered his process so well that he is clean enough to have a carpeted floor in his studio workshop. Check out his amazingly colorful, very symbolized artwork below!