"The puppies" and "The stories of the forest", "The great book of wonders", "The country of toys" and "Pingu" sketches: the exhibition of Tony Wolf reconstructs the illustrative path of one of the most famous Italian illustrators of the twentieth century. The famous pencil for kids, who died in May 2018, made the history of national animation. The hundred works visible at the WOW Spazio Fumetto will tell that quiet and reserved gentleman’s story, Antonio Lupatelli, who was hiding behind the name of Tony Wolf, but also about Antony Moore, L’Alpino and Oda Taro.
Among enchanted woods, populated by elves and fairies, the exhibition will be a bridge between the bewitching imagination of the illustration and the history of past years publishing industry. It is worth taking a tour even just to see the historic giant books of "Ciccio Spray" and "Robi and Robo", 85 cm high, made for the English market and then translated in Italian by Mondadori.