OverviewDisagreement is a visual narrative of an argument that devolves out of control, culminating in a shouting match where the only effort being made is to be the loudest. The polarization of opinions and lack of effort to compromise or reach common ground, inspired by recent political events across the globe, consumes those involved. They eventually escape the chaos through creativity and humanism, which ultimately leads to the path of understanding. This book artfully illustrates the toll of conflict and the magic that can occur when one takes a step back from the noise.
About the Publisher
Tapioca Stories, a New York-based publishing house with Latin American soul, introduces young English readers to the finest Latin American children's books, originally written in Spanish and Portuguese.
Nani Brunini was born in São Paulo, Brazil, in 1976. She studied Fine Arts at the University of São Paulo, Industrial Design at UFPE in Recife, and has a master’s degree in Design Management from Cambridge University. After working on design research and strategies for ten years, she returned to brushes and pencils and now illustrates posters, packaging, icons, and websites. Disagreement is her debut book, originally published in Portugal and now in North America.