Sulla vita sfortunata dei vermi | Knot
With her fairly short treatise on natural history, Noemi Vola has finally given proper attention to the most unfortunate of animals: commonly known as the earthworm or, more simply, the worm. Small but able to embark on great adventures, the charming worms created by Noemi are ready to brighten up your walls, thanks to prints featuring illustrations from Sulla vita sfortunata dei vermi [On the Unfortunate Life of Worms].
- Size: 30 x 40 cm
- Printed on high quality Epson Enhanced Matte Paper (192 g/m²) using EPSON Ultrachrome inks
- Frame is not included but 30 x 40 cm is a standard print size, so framing, if desired, shouldn’t be a problem
Noemi Vola, born in 1993, is an Italian author and illustrator. With Corraini Edizioni she has published From Here to Far Away, A book of horses* (*revolutionary ones), L’arrivo di Santa Lucia with Andrea Antinori and Bear with me, winner of the 2018 Premio Nazionale Nati per Leggere and selected in the same year for the 'Outstanding Picturebooks' exhibition curated by dPICTUS at the Frankfurt Book Fair. Her book FIM? Isto nao açaba assim (Planeta Tangerina) was the winner of the International Serpa Picturebook Prize 2017. In 2019, she was selected for the Illustrators Exhibition at the Children's book Fair in Bologna. She has worked with various publishers in Italy and abroad, including Bruaá Editora, Danchu Press, Vogue Bambini, Smemoranda and Kuš!.