Many warm thanks to Anh for the beautiful picture!
Check out the beautiful video review he made of the collection together with his wife, graphic and video artist Angela Xu!
Thank you so much Angela and Peter for taking this picture and for creating the awesome video!
During his travels he came across this Chow Chow who is so engrossed in the book that it doesn’t notice it is about to be pecked by a hidden crane! Watch out dog!
Thank you so much Anh for taking this awesome picture!
First with a Roman and quite senatorial-looking statue (above) (Et tu, Brute?).
And then being worshipped in the desert, clearly by one of the wild and crazy desert religions (below).
Thank you so much Anh for taking these hilarious and fun pictures!
The book has now been seen in front of the painting The Coronation of Napoleon in the Louvre in Paris!
There is no doubt that we are now in the heartland of France and all things French! Vive La France!
Thank you so much Anh for taking this beautiful and fun picture!
This time with one of its godmothers, Michele, who took the beautiful picture of Congresso Nacional do Brasil in Brasilia.
Thank you so much for taking two fantastic pictures of The Empty City, Michele!
Below is an image of the cover, designed by Tom Brierley in the UK.
Thank you so much Anh for taking these snapshots! Hope you will enjoy the book a lot!
Here is Anh’s “The perfect place to read Une Ville Vide”. It does indeed look perfect!
Many thanks to Isabel for sharing her photos and titles with me and to editor Jessica Maybury for including our collaboration in this edition of ESC.
(Image: Le Monde Est Artificiel by Isabelle Pariente-Butterlin. Used with kind permission.)