Destined for Dizziness! by Souther Salazar. 48 pages. Published by Buenaventura.

This book was a huge deal for me when it was first published. Souther Salazar, for years prior to this book, had been articulating a vision of powerful imagery, with roots in children's mark making, Ed Emberly symbols, wild sketchbook doodling and beyond. It compressed a lot of strong graphic ideas into something completely its own, and mostly appeared as low print run and hard to find zines. If I'm not mistaken: this was Salazar's first solo book not published by himself within the comics world, and I don't think another was ever attempted. 20 years later, it exists as one of the few books by Souther that isn't impossible to get your hands on. This is lucky for us, as it's one of his best.