Cycle Of Violence by Grayson Perry
Since winning the Turner Prize in 2003 and exhibiting at The British Museum in 2011, Grayson Perry seems doomed to become `a national treasure'. 'They're preparing the embroidered slippers,' he remarks. Now one of his virtually unknown works - the graphic novel Cycle of Violence - is available to the public in a beautiful case bound edition. Originally issued as a private publication in 1992, the story features an idealised male hero with tones of crossdressing and bondage, which Perry created as an adolescent and developed while facing up to becoming a dad.