As we know a lot of fun can be had in the pages of a book. Now just what kind of fun and games might a wolf with silky fur, a monkey with a long twisty tail, or a cockerel with ruffled feathers get up to? Or even a lobster with a fanshaped tail, a polar bear on its hind legs and a chameleon with wrinkly skin? Easy! They can swap tails, muzzles and fur for a little extra madness, becoming cockerels with twisty tails, bears with ruffled feathers, lobsters with silken fur, and loads more fantastical creatures that change their costumes over and over again in a huge carnival party atmoshphere.
Iris de Vericourt is a young artist, born on 23 October 1984. She studied engraving (Ecole Estienne), sculpture ( Ateliers de la ville de Paris) and visual communication (Ecole Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs) in Strasburg, where she specialized in visual learning and in the use of concepts and symbols for pedagogy. After spending three years in Strasburg she returned to Paris, where she works as a graphic designer and illustrator in publishing.