Pink Cell Print$ 40.00
Baker-Miller Pink is a specific shade of pink that, in the 1960s, was found to calm aggression, reduce anxiety, and decrease physical strength. It was used to paint jail cells, hospitals, and drunk tanks (hence the color's other name, "Drunk Tank Pink") to reduce violent incidents. In the 1980s, the effects of the color were proven to be vastly exaggerated, but its reputation continues. Maybe this print of a pink jail cell will calm you down, who knows.
Four-color screenprint. Heavyweight, archival paper.
8.5 x 11"
Signed and dated. Edition of 50.
Print is based on artwork used in my book, The Pink Book.