Katie Guinn is a Portland-born artist, designer, writer, and mother who spent her adolescence in the beautiful Columbia River Gorge. Katie is inspired by her home in the Pacific Northwest, literature, music, art history, and the beautiful radiance of the empowered female being. Katie is a flower gardener, caretaker of fairies, moss and rocks collector, and she sometimes likes to partake in the transcendental qualities of cannabis when she makes art, appreciating its healing qualities. The Stoner Babes is Katie's first publication. She is the head of the neighborhood watch on her block in Portland, OR. where she lives with her husband and daughter.
"Stoner Babes is a gorgeous, exuberant, dynamic celebration of the diversity of women and gender fluid people and our many, beautiful relationships with cannabis. It's a political statement, the reclaiming of a word, through art. It's also a story, told through magnificent images, that asks us to reexamine our preconceptions and open our minds to new ways of being in the world." - Jenn Lauder, Splimm