written & illustrated by Nicolai Troshinsky
Once upon a time there was an old man who could dream so well that he could dream whatever he wanted – even people’s deepest wishes. The rumour that the old man was a professional dreamer spread so far that many people came to him with their dreams: the sweeper wanted to be a footballer, the waiter wanted to be a conductor and the mechanics an astronaut.
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But was he really a dream master or was he just a good storyteller? A dream book with exquisite artwork that you will not want to wake up from.
Nicolai Troshinsky was born in Moscow in 1985, studied illustration in Madrid and then with Józef Wilkon and Linda Wolfsgruber in Sármede, Italy.
Hardback / 250 x 250 / 32 pages/ Editorial Kókinos