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The Owl is a fable written by The Brothers Grimm in which the people of a town mistake an owl for a terrible beast and resolve to destroy it. The… Read More
The Owl is a fable written by The Brothers Grimm in which the people of a town mistake an owl for a terrible beast and resolve to destroy it. The loose, quirky illustrations are hand rendered using ink and water colors. Fluctuation in the size and weight of the typography emphasizes emotion and expression. Other features of the book include barn doors that fold out to reveal turnable owl eyes, handcrafted papers, and a die cut front cover. Read Less
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Front Cover
Inside Front Cover
Spread One
Spread Two
Spread Three
Spread Four
Center Spread, Fold-out Barn Doors
Center Spread With Rotating Eyes
Center Spread, Assembled
Spread Six
Spread Seven
Spread Eight
Spread Nine