In the second issue of the visual booklet series, Dogtooth, artist Stefano Mandracchia was asked to select images of his work, artistic influences and daily surroundings. The result is a thread-bound collection of black and white photographs offering a dynamic look at how external inspiration is reshaped and interpreted to produce a work of art. The periodical features Mandracchia’s work interspersed with images of natural and man-made inspiration. One series offers a video still of sunbeams gleaming through blinds, a 1914 photograph of sightless children studying a hippopotamus, and the oscillating form of a Mandracchia print that mimics and balances the spirit of the preceding pages. Works by other artists include Philip Guston, Vico Magistretti, and Adolf Loos.