JOYCE/PROSSEN, PAROLAZZE AL SAN MARCO
A collection of Triestine swearwords learned and used by James Joyce when he was living in Trieste, from 1905 to 1921.
17 swearwords illustrated as logotypes, designed while creating the communication of Trieste’s Bloomsday 2018, dedicated to Aeolus, the 7th chapter of Joyce’s masterpiece, Ulysses.
It’s my very first book, illustrated, written, designed: if you’ll purchase it, it will be dedicated to you, sealed, signed and numbered. It comes in a fancy black tote bag. The real Mona-Bag (mona means twat in Triestine vernacular).