Illustrations of Mercutio's Queen Mab speech by William Shakespeare (Romeo and Juliet, I.iv.58-100), twisted back on itself and collected into a little self-published book. Erotica, feminine power, fantasy, science fiction, punishment of modern avarice, and black humor are all in play. This project came about as a practice exercise to see if I still knew how to use ink after making pictures with scratchboard for years and years, and because needed something to make the loneliness of right now stop hurting so much. It has grown into a weird little world inside my head now, where some very personal things I've been thinking and wondering about have found purchase in strange soil, and a seductive, mischievous, ill-behaving faerie queen who wears her nervous system on the outside of her body to ride forth on.
*SOLD OUT* Many thanks to all for your support! Each copy of Mab was signed, numbered, and featured a unique cover. Depending on her mood. Limited First Edition of 50.