Nancy Fouts’ Surreal Artwork

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When artist Nancy Fouts moved from Kentucky to the UK in the ’60s as a debutante, no one could have predicted she would go on to cofound Shirt Sleeve Studio—a prolific design company that would take on everything from album covers to advertising clients. Or, that she would produce years worth of striking surrealist art. In a new candid interview, Fouts talks shop, discusses her humorous labeling of Salvadore Dalí as “a prick” and the very nature of artist ego.