As a New York native, Quito Ziegler doesn't exactly embrace the outdoors. Instead, she photographs vast Minnesota landscapes and duplicates them on poster-sized sheets of paper using a set of Livestock Markers. In one picture taped to her apartment wall, a sky glows neon pink, clouds are saturated in rich purple, and the roads are paved in ocean blue. "I've never understood nature and the whole appeal of it," she says, resting her legs on a bright-pink love seat decorated with a furry red pillow. It looks like a longhaired beast that she snapped in nature and colored in with... More >>>