Company Fuck Is Dead

Full color A4 book.
32 pages printed on 150 gram recycled paper.
Book is enclosed in a 4-color silkscreen printed fabric satchel case.
Limited edition of 100.
Compiled in 2010.

Company Fuck is Dead” is a collage book mixing material captured from years of performing in Europe and Australia alongside the works of like-minded artists from around the world. Most of these works were created exclusively for the book. The book contains works from Stefan Kushima (AT), Sish Tick (BE), John Fanning (US), Arn Vleespapier (BE), Rubbish Fairy (UK), Jim Hollands (UK), Freeka Peeka (FR), Kake Geck (AU), Infinite Livez (UK), Fenshu (FR), Enjoy Kaos (UK), Luc van Weelden (NL), Joe Evans (UK), Choas vs Cosmos (UK), Kirsty Kross (AU), Anton Maiof (UK), and many more.

Warning: This publication is positively overflowing with images and themes related to sex, drugs, death, Satan, and karaoke.

Press release:

Previously only available at Company Fuck shows, final copies of this fantastical document are now available to CxFx fans and paper fetishists everywhere.

Full of glitched collages, melting paintings, Magickal found art, shitcore comics, creepy poetry, and broken electronics… This book is the living-color embodiment of psychedelic rainbow brutality that you come to expect from Mr Fuck.

Not only does this book contain more than your pineal gland’s capacity of hyper-sexual art from CxFx himself, but it also features original works from CxFx’s most esteemed and cursed contemporaries from around the world. Previously unpublished artworks from proven masters of the graphic arts (Sish-tick, Arn Vleespapier, Chaos vs Cosmos, Infinite Livez, John Fanning, Rubbish Fairy, Stefan Juster, and many more) live alongside the untrained and unskilled doodlings of some of the underground’s most unpopular weirdos. All throughout each artist pays homage to the CxFx style whilst adding their own unique touches, which makes this one fucking hell of a compilation.

“As far from the photocopier,
As one can humanly imagine.”

Wm. B. McClure