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Hug Me by Simona CiraoloEver feel like you need a hug, a really big hug from someone? Thats how Felipe the young cactus feels, but his family just isnt the touchy-feely kind. Cactuses can be quite prickly sometimes you know . . . and so can Felipe. But hell be darned if this one pointy issue will hold him back, so one day Felipe sets off on his own to find a friend and just maybe, that long awaited hug.
In her debut picture book, Simona Ciraola creates an endearing tale of friendship, beautifully illustrated with buoyant wit and the perfect story to share.
Simona Ciraolo is a Sardinian born author and illustrator whose buoyantly witty and endearing tales recently won her the Sebastian Walker Award.
Ciraolo studied animation at the National Film School in Turin, Italy, before moving to the United Kingdom where she undertook an MA in childrens book illustration at the Cambridge School of Art. She has also worked as a freelance 2D animator for childrens TV shows and illustrated five picture books for an independent Italian publisher.
Come and Hug Me Episode 24
Hug me! Will you please give me a gentle squeeze? Nowhere but your arms I'd rather be Hug me! I don't know if you know it's comfy Hug me! I wish I could stay here and just sleep Nothing wrong or out of place today 'Twas a plain day, nothing really happened There's no good or happiness exclaimed 'Twas a plain day, nothing really happened Emptiness and void filled up my day Just a plain day, nothing really happened Didn't smile often, I have to say Just a plain day, nothing really happened Emptiness like something's missing Nothing fills my gaping feelings Thoughts of your face, happy, smiling Is that all I have been thinking? Selfish I know, but only for me Hug me! Please, I had a day that felt empty Hug me!
Barbara Kruger American, born Building on her early career as a graphic designer, Barbara Kruger turns the style of advertising on its head to criticize consumer culture and the stereotyping of women. Each of these lenticular photographs shifts as it is viewed, alternating between the first-person demands of the title and pictures of newborn babies labeled with the names of psychological disorders. With these textual juxtapositions, Kruger calls out the societal pressures on women to bear children. The switching images, meanwhile, allude to the advertising practice of embedding subliminal messages that shape perceptions and desires. Object information is a work in progress and may be updated as new research findings emerge.
During the Hug me series process, Studio Pigeon became a coproducer and an executive producer, responsible for all illustrations, character designs and animation of this cute episodes cartoon for kids. This newly created cartoon story is targeted to the kids in age range between 3 and 6 years. Our friends from Animoon are the Producers and the originators of the series. Mateusz Jarmulski deals with the directing. The main characters of the whole series are two bears, Dad and his young Son. Soon everyone will have fun, watching their everyday adventures! We start and end every episode with him.