|Statement||by Rudolf ; with an introduction and a recipe for Dutch mordant acid.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||159 p. :|
|Number of Pages||159|
Contents Books About: Elias effectively raises to consciousness our deepest fear - the self-destruction of the species - and our terror at military power. Showcasing thirty-six superbly crafted etchings of erotic, scientific, and surreal fantasies created over a period of several years by Rudolf Kurz, Looking For Snails On A Sunday Afternoon is not just a collection of art, but under the skills of publisher Tim Inkster, is an example of "the book as art". Get this from a library! Looking for snails on a Sunday afternoon: thirty-six etchings and three stories. [Rudolf Kurz]. Rudolf Kurz, whom I've posted about in the past, kindly sent me a copy of his exquisite book, Looking for Snails on a Sunday Afternoon.. It contains, as it says on the cover, thirty-six of his etchings and three of his stories. What it does not say on the cover is that the book is a work of genius, and that both the etchings and the stories are brimming with a mad surrealist whimsy.
`The prints depict fantastic scenes of erotic masquerades and anthropomorphic animals, sometimes fanciful and sometimes frightening. Published by the Porcupine’s Quill, known for its excellent presswork, Looking for Snails on a Sunday Afternoon is beautifully and cleverly designed and printed, with foldout plates of larger etchings, repeated details of the . Gutenberg Complete Book Award, Unisource Litho Awards for Design and Printing, , for Looking for Snails on a Sunday Afternoon; award of excellence, Dufferin Arts Council Art Show, WRITINGS: Mimicry (limited edition picture book), privately produced, “At the pet store he picked out two painted turtles, each about as big around as a mayonnaise-jar lid. He bought them a large kidney shaped dish that had its own little island, a plastic palm tree, some aquatic plants, and a snail. This book will teach readers about different kinds of snails and how they eat, reproduce, and live. Using author Andrew Hipp's insightful and interesting text and Dwight Kuhn's photography, The Life Cycle of a Snail will also teach readers about the importance of every mermber of an ecosystem, no matter how tiny.
The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating records a year in the life of author Elisabeth Tova Baileya year in which she struggled for her Or something more ephemeral: the way the sun passes through the hard seemingly impenetrable glass of a window and warms the blanket, or how the wind, invisible but for its wake, is so loud one can hear it through the /5. His picture book 'The Rats Came Back' was shortlisted for the Mr. Christie Book Award. His book of etchings 'Looking for Snails on a Sunday Afternoon' was short listed as 'Most Beautiful Book in the World' at the Frankfurt Book ed on: Ma Looking for Snails on a Sunday Afternoon etchings and stories – The Porcupine’s Quill, Erin Die Ratten sind wieder da illustrations – Kinderbuch Verlag, Berlin The Rats Came Back / Le Retour des Rats illustrations; story by Ross Seidel – Annick Press, Toronto Mimicry limited edition picture book / 84 Schach fuer. The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating NPR coverage of The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating by Elisabeth Tova Bailey. News, author interviews, critics' picks and : Elisabeth Tova Bailey.