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  • Title: Fata Morgana
  • Author: Jon Vermilyea
  • ISBN: 9781927668030
  • Page: 444
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fata Morgana follows the adventure of a young boy through the landscapes of his imagination He encounters and befriends creatures that are, like all mirages, born out of aspects of his own unconscious Presented in vibrantly colored two page panoramas, Fata Morgana is a feast for the eyes and mind.Jon Vermilyea is a multitalented Los Angeles based illustrator, cartoonist,Fata Morgana follows the adventure of a young boy through the landscapes of his imagination He encounters and befriends creatures that are, like all mirages, born out of aspects of his own unconscious Presented in vibrantly colored two page panoramas, Fata Morgana is a feast for the eyes and mind.Jon Vermilyea is a multitalented Los Angeles based illustrator, cartoonist, animator, and printmaker His psychedelic, candy colored illustrations and unique designs of the monstrous and mythical have left their mark on a wide range of clients including Problem Solverz, Adventure Time, Marvel Comics, the acclaimed alternative band Animal Collective, and many .
    Fata Morgana Fata Morgana follows the adventure of a young boy through the landscapes of his imagination He encounters and befriends creatures that are like all mirages born out of aspects of his own unconscious

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    1. My library is now buying Koyama Press stuff I just looked it up and Fata Morgana means a mirage This is a wordless, mostly plotless book of not quite psychadelic fever dreamscapes Vermilyea s cartooning suggests the weight of its characters It has a real density to it, and he covers every landscape with intertwining details that push to the forefront of the page The coloring is bright, mixing pastels with bold, almost neon tones It s a visual feast, disorienting at times, and my only wish is tha [...]

    2. NOTE HALLUCINOGENS NOT INCLUDED So, this isn t really my trip Although if it s yours, you re probably somebody I would enjoy The colors are great, but I wish I d spent ten minutes paging through this at the library instead of buying it.

    3. Interesting artistic experiment This feels like the kind of book an 8 year old would find on the shelf at home and flip through, creating their own story, maybe thinking they shouldn t be looking at it because it seems so strange and trippy But as an adult reader, it didn t do much for me.

    4. Surreal, trippy picturebook Silent Wish the coloring would direct the eye , but I don t think narrative was the priority here so much as the sensory overload.

    5. This completely wordless story of a kid falling asleep and visiting a bizarre dream world was, both in artistic style and its unsettling images, reminiscent of Zap Comix.

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