In his first work of fiction, artist Jake Chapman slashes the romantic novel down to bare bone and constructs his own disfigured version from the slaughtered remains. Chlamydia Love is gifted her very own tropical island by her fiancè, where she develops a grudging adoration for its real owner, the enigmatic bestselling author, Helmut Mandragorass. A battle between her fiancè and Helmut ensues, for ownership of the island and ultimately for the love of Chlamydia. This mercilessly subversive tale is illustrated by Chlamydia's watercolors entitled Visions of Morass, images inspired by the island as she struggles with her feelings of agony and ecstasy. Already available as a paperback, this volume can now be had in a highly collectable signed and numbered boxed edition of 100 that includes a hand-colored etching by Chapman.
The Marriage of Reason and Squalor
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The Marriage of Reason & Squalor (With Hand-colored Etching)