Little Rascals is a series of three short, twisted stories, each presented in a separate volume. The stories, initially written by Heinrich Hoffmann, are full of dark humour and irony. They describe horrible tragedies which happen to children who misbehave. The first one is about Michael – a chubby boy who didn't want to eat soup. The next one is a tale of three spoiled siblings. Finally, the third is about little Jules, who had a nasty habit of sucking his thumbs. The design of the books is dynamic and follows the content of the stories. There is no single layout and all the typographic elements act like illustrations. One of the most unique parts of this project are typographic patterns, inspired by children clothing and traditional decorations.