Gaudi – Architect of Imagination
I really wanted to like Gaudi – Architect of Imagination but I just didn’t. It’s kind of a jumbled story, I guess like his architecture. The pictures are colorful and creative but they’re confusing. Usually, paintings or drawings add a lot to a book, but Gaudi’s designs sound so crazy that it really would have been more interesting to see photographs of them in the book instead of having to look them up somewhere else out of curiosity later. The story is a little vague, maybe because it has to get edited for a younger audience? He is a really interesting person it sounds like. If you like art or architecture or design, Gaudi is probably someone you should learn about, but you may not want to read through this more than once or twice. The printed book itself is of good quality.
|Author||Susan B. Katz|
|Page Count||40 pages|
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