This week it is the national Book Week, an initiative of the ‘Collective Propaganda for the Dutch Book’ (CPNB). For this occasion CPNB asked Erik Kessels (KesselsKramer) and writer Christine Otten, to create an essay around this year’s theme ‘Written Portraits’. The result is Good Luck, a story based on a found photograph album of two unknown lovers. The two lovers were given a new life by Kessels and Otten; they became Betty and Pierre Vincent. Kessels is known for his fascination for lost photographs. He already created several books and exhibitions with pictures he bought or found on flea markets – e.g. the wonderful series In Almost Every Picture. Unique about this essay is the fact that it comes with a perfume, especially designed for the story. This makes it the most complete love story you can imagine; in words, images, and scent.