Calin Kruse: Kammer

“Some tiny creature, mad with wrath, is coming nearer on the path.”
― Edward Gorey, The Evil Garden

A chamber of curiosities.

Kammer is a one third human, one third abstract and another third brutish story. Kammer raises no questions, it offers answers, it’s just that the answers are parallel to one’s mind.

Warning: the wire is sharp and might hurt the black paper. It might also hurt your delicate skin and others'.

Gold Metallic Riso printed on black paper
Including two small prints hidden in the covers
Handbound with copper wire and handwritten covers
Size: 18 x 24 cm, 48 pages
Edition of 100 numbered copies

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