Do you know the city of Chapeau?
To see it you need three things: a stereoscope, a moonlit night, and the wind. In Chapeau, the wind dominates, and although it blows away all kind of things, including memories, its inhabitants don’t seem to bother about it too much. They use the wind as a mean of transportation and organise incredible kite competitions. What they really can’t stand is when the wind takes their hats away!
Most blown-away objects end up at the very busy Lost and Found Office, but the hats mysteriously disappear and are lost forever. So far no one has discovered where they end up…
- A wonderful and visionary journey, full of irony and furry hat thieves.
Antonio Bonanno (born in Catania in 1970) is an author and illustrator of children's books published in France and Italy. He has exhibited his works in Italy and abroad in various galleries. He received a special mention at Lucca Junior 2019 and "Bronze" at the 2019 Annual of the Illustrators Association. He currently lives in Bergamo, teaches illustration and advertising graphics both in the public and private sectors, and works as a freelance graphic designer.