Poly-dimensional artist Jesse Draxler has been exhibiting his photography, black-scale canvases and moon-sick reality-collages both nationally and internationally since 2012. He is privately collected around the world and his most recent solo exhibition "Tire Fire" took place in September of 2017 at Booth Gallery in New York. As an illustrator his client list includes The New York Times, McQ Alexander McQueen, The Atlantic, and The New Yorker, among others. He is also an active member of his music community and has created work for musicians like Zola Jesus and Chelsea Wolfe and designed an album cover for Prince.
Misophonia incorporates various mediums and styles from figurative painting and harsh typography to deliriously textural photography and collage. The book serves not only as a master collection of Draxler's work throughout his career to date, but also as a living organism, in which each piece communicates with the others, the whole, and itself.