Fictional Self-Help Books By Johan Deckmann – Design You Trust

Fictional Self-Help Books By Johan Deckmann

Copenhagen-based artist Johan Deckmann examines the complications of life through clever titles painted on the covers of fictional self-help books that appear to tackle life’s biggest questions, fears, and absurdities.

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