The Japanese artist, Mono Kubo, shares her stunning and imaginative illustrations of giant animals in every day, yet magical, landscapes. Whereas the animals are giant, the people are usually tiny, lost and in need of comfort…much like animals are with us. Mono Kubo’s illustrations are trying to communicate to the audience that the best way to understand and befriend nature is to envision the roles reversed.
“A world where you can surrender yourself to sleep on a giant ball of fur is a world where you wouldn’t be able to get any work done. A perfect world.”