And today’s stumble across it retro illustration love goes to…
Writer and illustrator Ruth Tzarffati both wrote and illustrated this tale of a beloved gold-colored hamster.
The text is in Hebrew so I don’t know the details of the story. But the illustrations are all kinds of retro good….*swoon*.
I went in search of some info on Ms. Tzarffati and found out she is a painter and sculptor as well and I found this very brief biography here (looks like the T was dropped at some point?).
You can see a full scan of the book here.
November 18, 2011 / Alice Wessendorf / 0
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