Outside Looking In is KC Hall's first limited edition serigraph. It is based on an original painting by the same name. The title is a reference to being on the outside with the non-traditional aspects of his art, and not quite belonging to the mainstream. The design itself shows the contrast between the contemporary and the more traditional aspects of KC's art. The top half in teal depicts a Wolf. KC says, "The Wolf represents my style of art. He is a savage and he does what he wants. For instance, you will see the top part of the design in the teal colour in a more contemporary style. And the bottom in red is more of the traditional form (It shows the Sisiutl, the Double Headed Serpent). The red represents the backlash, or a stop light indicating that some people think the form line shouldn’t be changed, but I added the drips to show that either way, the new style I’m working with will spill into the traditional style without breaking its foundation of form." Please also read the blog Where Graffiti Meets Tradition. This limited edition silk screen print titled "Outside Looking In" by KC Hall was hand produced by the screen printing process. It is the only limited edition printing of this design. The artist has inspected and signed each copy in the edition. All trial copies of this edition have been destroyed and the printing stencils obliterated. Published by Cedar Hill Long House Native Art Prints.