Calling to mind memories of childhood: endless summers, recess, and spending days on end at the pool, the iconic image of the ice cream sandwich evokes a comforting nostalgia during this sudden winter chill. The simplicity of the illustration is Slaughter's homage to Ed Ruscha's floating book etching from the 60s, which plays with how one's eye perceives something that's actually not there. "The magic is that your eye perceives the ice cream. That's where the art is. Emotionally it's really about something else," Slaughter says about the print. While living in a small summer cottage near Peconic Bay, the artist got the idea for this drawing while listening to the jingle of the ice cream truck drifting by each afternoon. We like this print for it's suggestion of leisure as one's existence, and not just a luxury.