Adapted from ‘Sixteen feet in profile, of women and men: a parody of phrenology.’ Coloured etching, c. 1820. Wellcome Collection. The popular pseudoscience of phrenology, which attempted to determine character by analysing bumps on the skull, influenced early psychiatry.
Printed on a carbon neutral press using sustainably sourced, acid free Italian paper and vegetable based inks. Individually wrapped in a compostable bag, with a 120gsm recycled kraft envelope.
170mm x 120mm.