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Sometimes I Think, Sometimes I Am

Award: Yellow Pencil

Yellow Pencil / Illustration / Book Design / 2008

Sometimes I Think, Sometimes I Am is a remarkable creation from award-winning artist and illustrator Sara Fanelli. In this book, Fanelli fuses her inimitable style and creativity with quotes from the many people who have inspired her work. Her whimsical style guides readers through a fantasy land of devils and angels, myths, love and the absurd, placing the words of Dante and Goethe, Calvino and Beckett into the context of an entirely original artistic creation. Sketchbooks, collages, drawings and paintings come together in the book, at the heart of which lies a surprise book-within-a-book. This unique work will be enjoyed and pored over by anyone alert to the possibilities of what a book can be.

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