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100 incríveis livros ilustrados (não apenas) para crianças

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DO YOU SEE WHAT I SEE? Helen Borten London/New York, 1959 ‘This “art primer” that elegantly introduces children to the formal qualities of shapes, lines and colours was one of the New York Times’ top 10 picture books of 1959. It was Borten’s first picture book as sole author and its integration of word and image to explain the power of design was way ahead of its time.’

100 Great Children's Picture Books – highlights from 1922-2011

DO YOU SEE WHAT I SEE? Helen Borten London/New York, 1959 ‘This “art primer” that elegantly introduces children to the formal qualities of shapes, lines and colours was one of the New York Times’ top 10 picture books of 1959. It was Borten’s first picture book as sole author and its integration of word and image to explain the power of design was way ahead of its time.’

At Last by Edward St. Aubyn / Book Cover / Brands like us*

At Last by Edward St. Aubyn / Book Cover / Brands like us*

PRAIA MAR (High Tide)  Bernardo Carvalho Portugal, 2011  |  100 Great Children's Picture Books – highlights from 1922-2011

100 Great Children's Picture Books – highlights from 1922-2011

PRAIA MAR (High Tide) Bernardo Carvalho Portugal, 2011 | 100 Great Children's Picture Books – highlights from 1922-2011

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The Fable of Profitt the Fox written and illustrated by Bill Sokol (1964).

The Fable of Profitt the Fox written and illustrated by Bill Sokol (1964).

Resultado de imagem para cover book inspiration

Resultado de imagem para cover book inspiration

Recém-lançada pela Assouline, a nova bíblia dos serviços de mesa custa us$ 150 (Foto: Divulgação)

Table Loyale: Valentino fala com exclusividade sobre seu novo livro

Recém-lançada pela Assouline, a nova bíblia dos serviços de mesa custa us$ 150 (Foto: Divulgação)

Einmal um die Welt

Einmal um die Welt

PRO DVA KVADRATA (About Two Squares) El Lissitzky  Berlin, 1922  ‘After the Russian revolution of 1917, the harnessing of graphic art to the political objectives of the Soviet Union resulted in a period of highly inventive work in children’s books. In 1922 Lissitzky was the Russian cultural ambassador to Weimar Germany and here expresses the triumph of the red square of modernity over the black square of conservative decadence.’

100 Great Children's Picture Books – highlights from 1922-2011

PRO DVA KVADRATA (About Two Squares) El Lissitzky Berlin, 1922 ‘After the Russian revolution of 1917, the harnessing of graphic art to the political objectives of the Soviet Union resulted in a period of highly inventive work in children’s books. In 1922 Lissitzky was the Russian cultural ambassador to Weimar Germany and here expresses the triumph of the red square of modernity over the black square of conservative decadence.’

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