How many times: keys, mobile phones, the car parked who knows where, bags, a street or a square. Or the right sentence, a purpose, a person. How much time we spent looking, how many times we quit searching. How many times we didn’t even know what we were looking for and then, who knows how, we understood it.
Because we are the most effective search engines, with our interrupted paths, and our distractions.
A silent illustrated book, in which to find things, emotions and people that you have probably lost, maybe for good, or that perhaps have become the obsession of your life.
Born in Rome in 1968, illustrator and scenographer, Lorenzo Terranera teaches children’s illustration and has worked at over eighty books for many Italian publishers, public bodies and international institutions such as Unicef, Amnesty International, FAO and the World Food Program.