My most recent cover design includes a photograph I took of our neighbor’s fence. Inspiration can often be found close to home.
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Look inside, I dare you.
This yummy collection of pataphysical inventions by Derek Pell and Doug Skinner has just hit the shelves. It even features some collage illustrations by yours truly. (Apparently they didn’t have room for my name on the cover, but we’ll let that pass.) Look closely and you’ll see the book has an Afterword by the great French humorist Alphonse Allais. That alone should send you off to Zon to buy a copy.
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I’m pleased to announce that AMAZING COVERS is now available from Ferdydurke Books in San Francisco. It’s filled with full-cover reproductions, featuring comic book classics such as Silly Psychopaths, Unknown Worlds, The Marquis de Jughead, Weird Science, and many more. You can add this awesome new art book to your coffee table for $20, or grab the digital edition for only $7.50. It’s truly amazing.
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Give ’em all the world’s knowledge in a single volume! (Don’t worry, the book is in English.)
NOW AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE ON AMAZON.
If you haven’t started collecting the little books in the Pocket Erotica series, you’re missing out on all the fun. At the moment there are seven titles available, with more to follow.
NOW AVAILABLE TRAVELS TO MERRYLAND by “Roger Pheuquewell. Esq.” — a satirical travelogue to (private) parts unknown.
Other goodies in the Pocket Erotica Series:
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Number 5 in our collectible Pocket Erotica series is an amusing and offbeat Cinderella story: FOOT NOTES by Restif de la Bretonne, translated from the French by Richard Robinson. This forthcoming edition features choice excerpts from Bretonne’s libertine novel Le Pied de Fanchette (“Fanchette’s pretty little foot”), which recounts the adventures—with many twists and turns—of a girl whose pretty feet attract nearly everyone she meets. Indeed, poor Fanchette is hounded by seducers wherever she goes.
On Sale Wednesday, September 2nd.
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Mademoiselle Parisot was a French opera singer and ballet dancer in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Her provocative costumes and dances caused an uproar in London and led to the imposition of restrictions on performances. [Wiki]