Martin O’Neill’s and The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat

When Martin O’Neill was creating the pieces for The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat by Oliver Sacks, he had many pieces that weren’t selected or submitted. This lovely piece was to go with the following prose by Dr. Sacks: “he could smell their emotions – fear, contentment, sexuality – like a dog. He could recognize every street, every shop, by smell – he could find his way around New York, infallibly, by smell”

We love Martin’s amazingly narrative work and it’s nice to see it in context, like this.

You can see more of Martin O’Neill’s work here and at his blog,

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