Rag Aphorisms

Rag Aphorisms

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Visit Afos world in www.afobook.com. In a context where aphorisms have become a popular form of expression, Rag Aphorisms is a very up-to-date and entertaining book, which pursues an adequate balance between deep and frivolous, in order to seduce the buyer of gift-books without disappointing the reader of aphorisms. The 40 aphorisms are illustrated by watercolours showing Afo, the rag doll, in different attitudes, personifying the message but also lightening up any excessive seriousness with its simplicity.
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  • Paperback | 94 pages
  • 215.9 x 215.9 x 5.84mm | 244.94g
  • Hernan Pablo Compa Corso
  • United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 8461654420
  • 9788461654420

About Hernan Pablo Compa Corso

Hernan Pablo Compa was born in Rosario, Argentina, and he established himself in Barcelona since 2004 until today. During 10 years, he has combined his professional activities in the field of finance and marketing with his passion for fiction. The results are numerous tales and a novel in progress. With Rag Aphorisms he proposes his vision of life in a fresh and fun way. Vivian Leila Campillo was born in Barcelona where she took studies in Fine Arts and Philology, specializing in Literature and Cultural Pluralism. Without leaving aside her passion for literature, her trajectory in the visual arts explores photography for a while to later concentrate in pop surrealist paintings during almost a decade (www.vivianleilacampillo.com). With Rag Aphorisms, she offers her first steps in the world of illustration."
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