People

Written by Blexbolex
People
by Blexbolex
Enchanted Lion Books, 2011

PEOPLE is a continued exploration of the world by the artist Blexbolex who brought us the stunning Seasons

In his signature style Blexbolex meditates on mothers and fathers, dancers and warriors, gardeners and farmers, hypnotists and genies...

All sorts of people are pictured here, linked in ways that begin to emerge page after page. Whether real, mythic or imaginary, all inhabit an extraordinary gorgeously rendered world.

People is a joy to hold and thumb through, a book to come back to time and again.

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