The 'normal' is a small place where only a few live. Those few, white and of good stock, who think they are the norm, the right thing, the desirable. From their infinite myopia and their atrocious fear they cannot see the periphery, that other strange and suspicious world where albinos, prisoners, child soldiers, prostitutes, Kumari girl goddesses or people with Diogenes syndrome live.
They form "the B side of society", according to Ricardo Cavolo . They're on the other side of the record, away from the mainstream hit and where the interesting music really sounds. The illustrator dedicates his latest book, Peripheries (Lunwerg, 2017), to them, to the gypsies, the transsexuals, the Siamese or those who emigrate from Mexico to the US.