The Happy Family sleeve.
The Circus Maximus sleeve.
The Poison Boyfriend sleeve.
The Tender Pervert sleeve.
The Don't Stop The Night sleeve.
The Hippopotamomus sleeve.
The Ultraconformist sleeve.
The Voyager sleeve.
The Timelord sleeve.
The Philosophy Of Momus sleeve.
Lettering saying 'samples'.
'The angels pump their cocks'.
Little man from a Japanese magazine.
Famous Japanese manga hero. He will save the world.
My Greek/Italian transport planner friend Babis.
A still from the video for Kahimi Karie's 'Good Morning World'.
Infamous NME journalist now working as a sub at the Observer, apparently.
Oliviero Toscani's photograph of Chirac with a melted face.
Logo of the soft porn classic by photographer David Hamilton.
Sleeve of an EP by Munich group Bismarck Idaho.
Death mask of the young Momus.
The colour blue, not Derek Jarman's film.
Yukio Mishima in his study.
Momus, his wife and her friend Amanda on their way to Disneyland Paris.
Olivier Boscovitch, a Jewish homosexual Otaku and painter.
Some dollars, the new 100s.
Momus at the Actual Reality conference, Amsterdam, November 1995.
The disk printing of 'Slender Sherbet', designed by Momus.
Some pictograms from the cover of a beautiful book.
The book is called 'The Silent Traveller in Edinburgh'.
It's about Momus' home town seen through oriental eyes.
Momus in the oriental suburb of Paris, Choisy. Great restaurant nearby called Hawai.
Portrait of the artist as pontificating journalist.
The Cork Slab logo.
Standing in front of the British Council, Paris.
Appearing on the front page of a Scottish tabloid.
The gay dancer-pianist who toured Japan in the Momus band in 92 and 93.
A sinister pink rabbit.
A second sinister pink rabbit. Don't get in a car with him.
Douglas Benford, who now runs a successful cybercafe at Victoria.
Some lettering that says 'Records'.
The Philosophy of Momus sleeve. Levity offsets heaviosity.
The sleeve for an abandoned CD ROM project.
A large mock-up of the 'Slender Sherbet' sleeve.
The sleeve of top 5 hit 'Good Morning World'.
A little olive-flavoured Oxo cube. Enjoy.
A sculpture by Japanese artist Yotsuya Simon.
A Real Audio excerpt from the song 'David Hamilton' (written for Laila France).
Preacher Harry Powell. A killer songwriter.
Real Audio file of the Poison Girlfriend song 'Heidi'.
A spoof (in Real Audio format) on 'The Homosexual'.
Some boring lettering.
A poofy sort of Felix Valloton print of Momus. Large.
Lettering in the style of Boy George's 'Cheapness and Beauty'.
The cover of a French computer magazine.
A man who makes machines that make kids smile.
Kahimi Karie, Momus's wooden horse, in Paris (not Troy).
Momus's sleeve for a planned EP by Shazna's band, Milky.
The Milky song 'Kinderwhore Superbitch' in Real Audio format.
Momus in the kitchen of his old house on the Rue Caulaincourt, Montmartre.
The sleeve of Kahimi Karie's 'I Am A Kitten'.
The back of 'I Am A Kitten'.
Kahimi Karie and Laila France.
Laila France, an artist who will shortly be appearing on Rhythm King.
Momus with horns and a prisoner number.
A sprightly little Momus logo.
Momus impersonates his hero, Mao Tse Tung.
Although he persecuted millions, he had great sexual stamina.
An excerpt from 'Lucky Like St Sebastian'.
The cover of Momus's lyrics book, 'Lusts Of A Moron'.
The letter M.
A second letter M. How dull.
The cover of the Visionary Video release 'Man Of Letters' (see films).
A recent Momus interview in french computer magazine Interactif.
The eternal letter M. As in Momus. As in Multimedia.
Mike Alway, legendary A&R man from Cherry Red, now of If Records.
A Japanese candy tin.
What is it with this bloody letter M stuff?
Cherry Red's press shot of Momus, shot by Philippe Martin.
A Shockwave photo with sound. Zooms up to KK and Momus. A legend appears saying 'Momus: famous for 15 people'.
The Cherry Red press shot with lettering.
A JPEG advertising Nikos Tri/dis's documentary 'Amongst Women Only'.
Momus wearing a shaggy wig.
Monsters of Love, the album sleeve by Thomi Wroblewski.
A large contact sheet of photos of Momus' life in Montmartre.
Ken Morioka, with whom Momus wrote 'The Sadness Of Things'.
Momus's brother Mark, an English Literature lecturer specialising in deconstruction. (Honestly).
Momus attempts ethnic street cred.
Neill Martin was in The Happy Family and various Momus tours. Good friend.
An amazing animated Japanese tissue paper label (if you have Netscape 2).
Momus with rosy cheeks.
More GIF animation for those with Navigator or Microsoft's copy.
More wearing of silly wigs. Some people never grow up.
A paparazzi Polaroid of Momus plus wife at Kahimi Karie's birthday party, 1995.
Momus appears to wink thanks to GIF animation.
Momus on his wedding day, resembling Andy Warhol.
A page out of Shazna's old school jotter.
The letter O (as in 'The Story of O').
An egg-shaped O.
The launch of a magazine called Offbeat. Douglas, Momus and Simon Turner.
Momus in silly shades.
The sleeve of 'Philosophy'.
A play button from a little DAT machine.
The sleeve of 'Mister Polyglot', a Poison Girlfriend single.
Momus College of Theorical And Applied Erotics.
Shazna in Printemps, a Paris department store.
Momus coming in from rightfield. (You need Netscape 2 to see it properly).
'I Was A Verbose, Prolix and Loquacious Individual In An Understandably Indifferent Music Industy'. By Momus.
The cover of the album by Ken Morioka.
Logo for Real Audio files.
A handsome grey portrait of Momus from the early days.
Shazna hypnotised in greyscale.
Avoid. It's just lettering.
Kahimi Karie kisses Nick.
Shazna, Nick, Vicky, Ariel, Anthony, Laila.
Laila, Kahimi and a banana.