Frankhenstein syndrome - Obsessive collage disorder

Frankhenstein syndrome is recognised as an illness which traps chickens in never ending cycles of artistic behaviour. Overwhelmed by low self esteem, an increasing number of the Hengrel population have developed a compulsion to collage.

The severity of the condition is determined by the extent of the Hengrel's preoccupation with their self image and their current state of mind:

Class 1: Hengrels repeatedly duplicate their image on advertising media as they begin to question their own identity and self worth.

Class 2: Hengrels create whimsical images of themselves and begin to explore their appearance and self worth through the collage of their own image.

Class 3: Plagued by low feelings of self worth, Hengrels frantically construct and deconstruct images of themselves. All trace of whimsy is lost.