“Shoot Back Behind my Back”, silkscreen edition of 61, 2012, printed at Self Help Graphics
Part of a four artist suite entitled “Cuentos de Mi Tata” or “Stories my Grandfather Told Me”. Each artist interpreted a different scary bedtime story. This image is an interpretation of The Legend of Sleepy Hallow in which Laura has placed her character, The Double Agent Sirvienta (DAS), a spy posing on both sides of the border, in the role of Ichabod Crane. In the place of the headless horseman, is Clown Taco, one of the villians who DAS works against. Clown Taco’s aim is to take over all of the taco trucks in Los Angeles and McDonaldize them. The style is inspired by Tim Burton’s Alice and Wonderland.
“Blow Up the Hard Drive”, 18” x 26”, limited edition silkscreen, 1999, collection of LACMA, prints, printed at Self Help Graphics
“Gun Duster”, 18″ x 26″, monotype serigraph, 2000, printed at Self Help Graphics, collection of Greg and Leah Chasen
“Armor”, 18″ x 26″, monotype serigraph, 2000, printed at Self Help Graphics
“Aqui Estoy2″, 18″ x 26”, monotype serigraph, 2000, printed at Self Help Graphics, collection of Mary Hartzell