Calin Kruse: Marble

Juliane, 24 y.o. and mother of two, contacted me a while ago. She likes getting spanked, and she asked me to document her bruises.

A story about instincts.

Silkscreen printed cardboard cover, bound with screw connection
Size: 29.7 x 19.2 cm
50 pages printed on 250 g/m² paper
Print run: 40 numbered copies
45 €

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