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Gabriella Barouch Creates Artwork Based on 'A Book of Nonsense'

 - Jul 21, 2011
References: flickr & designbreakonline
Upon reading children's books, many people use their imaginations to form characters and images of the story's plot in their heads, and that is exactly what this latest series by Gabriella Barouch aims to do. Gabriella Barouch was inspired by the book 'A Book of Nonsense' by Edward Lear, so much so that she decided to dedicate her graduation project to creating illustrations based on the book's story.

Gabriella Barouch is an illustrator with an undeniably vivacious imagination and undeniable abundance of talent. Her creative mind was put to use in creating these unusual depictions of birds, cats, bears and make-believe creatures, which will have your mind running wild the next time you pick up an interesting book.

Implications - Creating unusual imagery that incorporates make-believe characters continues to be favored as a deviation from the reality-heavy imagery of the past. Consumers and artists alike are quickly growing tired of the strong focus the media has placed upon reality and businesses should take note of this when creating product packaging.