Self-Portrait as Your Traitor: Visual Essays by Debbie MillmanArt, Design, Poetry
Introduction by Paula Scher. How Books, 2013. Second Printing.
“Debbie Millman’s illustrated essays and visual poems are part philosophy, part art, part deeply personal memoir exposing the universal triumphs and tribulations of being human. Her hand-lettered typography – sometimes tender, sometimes gritty, always breathtaking in its visceral candor – makes Self Portrait as Your Traitor a moving masterpiece of a singular art form.”
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