Daily Zoo Goes to Paris! (Daily Zoo)

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en Limba Engleză Hardback – 10 Aug 2012

Join Chris Ayers and his menagerie as they make their Parisian debut on the walls of Galerie Daniel Maghen. Fifty-eight pieces were created especially for the gallery show in year six of The Daily Zoo and they are all captured in this book in their full glory. Do not miss meeting Le Chic Sheep, Le Penseur (The Thinker), Alien Accountant and Rosie On Skates, to name only a few, as they are certain to become close cartoon friends.

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ISBN-13: 9781933492797
ISBN-10: 1933492791
Pagini: 63
Dimensiuni: 211 x 211 x 15 mm
Greutate: 0.41 kg
Editura: Design Studio Press (AMMO Books)
Seria Daily Zoo

Notă biografică

In 2005 Chris Ayers was working as a character designer and concept artist in the Los Angeles film industry. On April Fool's Day his career--and everything else
for that matter--was put on hold when a cancer diagnosis of acute myelogenous leukemia slammed its massive fist down on the PAUSE button of life's remote control. Fortunately, though, that pause did not become STOP and a premature EJECT.
After a lengthy and tumultuous period of treatment and physical recovery, Chris devised a personal project to support the continuation of his emotional recovery. By combining two lifelong passions, animals and art, and challenging himself to draw one animal each day for a year, The Daily Zoo was born.
For those of you who have been following the Zoo since its early inception, you'll know that the project proved to be so therapeutic and creatively satisfying that he continued it beyond its initial yearlong timeframe. At the time of the introduction to this book, Chris is two weeks shy of beginning Year Seven, which will start on Day 2,195. That's a lot of drawings...but what he feels is the bigger accomplishment--and what he is most grateful for--is that it also marks a lot of days of being in remission from the leukemia.