Gunsho is an art moniker for James Quigley. Somewhere between nursing on goat’s milk as a baby and his teenage summers spent sifting through flea market arcana, James began to find fascination in the strange and magi- cal vastness of the marginal fringe. A regard for the toxic forces that transform humans into monsters shaped his early drawings and set him on a path into a surreal artistic thicket of beasts, demons, and mutants. He sees the scores of odd creatures he creates today not as being pulled from thin air or simple imagination, but from a continuum of mythology, or of ancient currents that have persisted into modernity. A reverence for unappreciated mediums of mass production and archaic sensibilities inform Gunsho’s work considerably. Regarded as a unique force in the realm of rock poster art, Gunsho has been established as a creative screen-printing innovator.