Hecatombe Editions are proud to present ALPHONSE,
A book by Thomas Perrodin and Isabelle Racine.
The result of a year's work, one day a week, ALPHONSE is a book drawn by four hands by Thomas Perrodin and Isabelle Racine.
Collection of illustrations around the themes of domestic accidents and walks, this 32-page book tells the story of ALPHONSE who, after a bbq accident, is looking for a watering hole. The great advantage of ALPHONSE, beyond the fact of being a flying scolopendre, is to be extra-planar (he can thus pass easily between the various universes). His quest will lead him to cross many colorful worlds.
The object was beautifully printed in two-color offset and letterpress by Maud Bosset at the Bahnhofstrasse printing house in Geneva.
The burning impressum was masterfully designed by Maurane Zaugg.
The book in 21x28cm format was printed in a volume of 1000 copies.