|Artist / Creator
|That's So Sharp
|Place of Publication
|Process / Technique
|Slipcase & colophon: letterpress printed with photo polymer plates
|Structure / Binding
|Medium / Materials
|Cut paper, bookcloth, book board
|5 x 5 x .5 inches. Extends out to 24 inches
|Limited edition of 10
|Box / Wrapper
|Signed & Numbered
|Signed & Numbered Edition
Afterlight is an abstraction on the trope “Go into the Light,” most commonly used in pop culture as a reference to death or ascending to some other spiritual plane.
Artist BioKrista Sharp is native Oklahoman who is currently living in Alexandria, Virginia. Krista is a book artist, printmaker, and an award-winning graphic and web designer who has worked in the DC metro area for over 18 years. She graduated from George Washington University’s Corcoran School of Art and Design with a Master of Arts degree in Art and the Book. Krista’s book and print work utilizes multiple printmaking processes and also explores unique structural elements. Krista’s work can be seen in many collections and institutions across the country including the Art Institute of Chicago’s Flaxman Library, Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, and the Smithsonian’s Dibner Library.