What Is It Book 1: Drawings 1 to 250

What Is It Book 1: Drawings 1 to 250

by Sebastian De Angelis

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Overview

Description: What Is It Series
The What Is It Series of Books is a compilation of over a thousand drawings by Sebastian De Angelis. The drawings are interesting, fascinating and sometimes humorous. They're in black & white and are available in paperback. The whole family should enjoy hours of viewing these detailed drawings. De Angelis' unique, unusual style will leave you wondering What Is It?

Although there doesn't seem to be a rhyme or reason as to what the artist is drawing, small creatures appear randomly throughout the books. These humanoid looking beings (unnamed or purpose described) come in all shapes and sizes. They typically are involved with things of a malicious nature, throwing levers, pressing buttons and all-out getting in the way of normality.

So where do all the wild ideas come from that sets the artists pen in motion? Most of the work tells me that De Angelis is delivering a message that life is not as perfect under the facade surface as we imagine. And that situations in the world around us are a lot more ironic then we assume. The nuts & bolts, chewing gum & duck-tape that holds it all together is the World's way of evolving. Then the practicality fades due in part to those pesky humanoids! So be careful (xiao xin) out there, it's much more precarious then you think! Heee heeee...

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161789780
Publisher: What Is It Press
Publication date: 08/11/2018
Series: What Is It , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 19 MB
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Age Range: 9 - 12 Years

About the Author

About the Author: Sebastian De Angelis, grew up in New Jersey and Florida. Raised a family in Florida and Hawaii. Studied at University of Hawaii. Currently teaches computer science at a university in China. He has been drawing since he was a young age, so graphically able to convey thoughts.

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