PALERMO A story inspired by the city and its nature. And, in particular, by the Museum of Maiolica tiles – Stanze al Genio. A beautiful art work by science explorer & illustrator Holly McKelvey. #CCTravellers2018
SEETIES & THE UNIVERSE. “On the scale of a galaxy, let alone the universe, we’re smaller than we can readily comprehend, but we do have the capacity to wonder, to question, to explore, to investigate, and to imagine. So the next time you stand gazing up at the night sky, take a moment to think about the enormity of what is beyond your vision, out in the dark spaces between the stars.”
PISTOIA seen, experienced and illustrated by Zohar Winer (artist based in Berlin but born and raised in Tel Aviv). #CCTravellers2017
PISTOIA “The noise of the wheels on the still-warm tile of the patio woke my companions up; it was past 2 AM when I reached the plant nursery and the flat surrounded by yuccas, exhausted from a long car drive and wandering around in the middle of nowhere. Pistoia and its asleep villas seemed to be a lookout checking for strangers like me; I rushed in with no other expectation than a good night of sleep and here they were, waiting for me.” Continue reading this (true) story by Marie Beckrich | illustration: Tom Treadway | #CCTravellers2017
NORTH A click-through storybook on National Geographic’s website that charts the well-known illustrator’s trip to Norway’s Fjords and Arctic Svalbard Islands. What a beauty!
PRATO in comics! An illustrated short story – by DAB – based on the experience in the Tuscan city and in particular on the visit to the Centre for Contemporary Art Luigi Pecci during the #CCTravellers2016 project. Have fun!! 😉
SEETIES A kit celebrating post-war architecture of Central and Eastern Europe. A journey touching Belgrade, Chisinau, Kaliningrad, Prague, St. Petersburg, Vilnius, Wrocław.
SEETIES In this illustrated book, Tsjisse Talsma tells his experiences of exploring and adapting in an unfamiliar city, while traveling through Europe and America.
SEETIES From comments on self image to the joy of Fridays, this 160-page book depicts our daily life in a wry and charismatic way.