More or less an homage to Charles Burns and Gary Panter's Facetasm, published roughly 30 years back, Trigore Labarinth is also a kind of a hybrid twist on the "exquisite corpse", combining it with the "mix 'n' match" genre of kids' books. A compiliation of 50 drawings, all divided into three horizontal strips and spiral bound inside of an attractive hardcover binding.
The drawings themselves are detailed black and white renderings of creatures that are to varying degrees monstrous, alien, psychotic, robotic and/or just plain weird. These segmented drawings can then be mixed and matched in an inexhaustedly large number of possible combinations – the cube of 50 is 125,000. So, great for a rainy day... Fun!