Unhappy Ending. Poems for the Broken/Hearted
Unhappy Ending. Poems for the Broken/Hearted is a poetry artbook depicting the morphology of a heartbreak. It maps the stages and structures of torment brought on by the collapse of love as well as sharing the epiphanies that emerge from the pain of a breakup. Created over the course of four years in the style that the authors term “high pulp”, the artbook narrates an emotional journey across the void of a broken heart, and describes a search for rebirth which that experience invariably induces. It also maps different locations – from New York to Katowice to Warsaw to an American desert – where the poems and drawings came to be. Far from the imagery of drama traditionally associated with the topos of lost love, the book playfully dignifies unhappy endings.