I recently finished printing a broadside that features the story of a cute little onion lost in the vast, chaotic hell of Whole Foods. You can look at it here.
A broadside, in case you're wondering, is a print where text takes precedent over image, sometimes to the point where words and letters loosen a bit from their meanings. My broadsides are less experimental than many in that I pretty much stick to blocks of prose. But I still love the tension that happens between a story's content and the contexts that form around its visual presentation.
There are a bunch of other broadsides posted over at my website.