JASPER JOHNS-Recent Still Life. Lithograph, 1965-66. Printed by ULAE, West Islip, with the blind stamp lower left. A superb impression. Field 50. Johns' imagery derives from, as he put it, 'things the mind already knows,' leading to the use of wholly familiar icons in his work such as flags, targets, light bulbs and the like. Throughout his career, Johns included certain marks and shapes in his art that had very clear basis in actual, tangible items in the world rather than imagined items.