Utterly unknown during his lifetime, Henry Darger led a quiet, secluded existence as a janitor on Chicago's North Side. When he died, his landlord discovered a treasure trove of more than three hundred canvases and more than 30,000 manuscript pages depicting a rich, shocking fantasy world—many featuring hermaphroditic children being eviscerated, crucified, and strangled.
While Coop's previously published works, Devil's Advocate: The Art of Coop and The Big Fat One, have focused primarily on the artist's illustrations, Idle Hands showcases a significant amount of Coop's work as a fine artist over the past decade. Learn More
Continuing where he left off with The Jackson 500, Volume One, Tim Biskup's latest fine-art collection contains paintings 101 to 200 in a series of five hundred business-card-sized paintings, reproduced at actual size. Learn More