Hiir Hops: täna on minu sünnipäev!

Hiir Hops: täna on minu sünnipäev!

Marco Campanella Anna Casalis Andrea Dami Kadri Viin / Mar 30, 2020

Hiir Hops t na on minu s nnip ev Hopsil tuleb varsti s nnip ev Sel aastal on ta ootus revam kui tavaliselt sest hiirekese s dames on ks v ike kuid tema jaoks v ga suur soov Hiir Hops tujutseb vahel nagu k ik lapsed kuid ema oskab

  • Title: Hiir Hops: täna on minu sünnipäev!
  • Author: Marco Campanella Anna Casalis Andrea Dami Kadri Viin
  • ISBN: 9789985027301
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Hopsil tuleb varsti s nnip ev Sel aastal on ta ootus revam kui tavaliselt, sest hiirekese s dames on ks v ike, kuid tema jaoks v ga suur soov.Hiir Hops tujutseb vahel nagu k ik lapsed, kuid ema oskab tema tujudega toime tulla ning Hopsist saab j lle tubli ja s nakuulelik hiirelaps Kuidas see tal nnestub

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      • Marco Campanella Anna Casalis Andrea Dami Kadri Viin

        Marco Campanella was born on 23 June 1971 in Bari During his early childhood, he moved with his family to Canada for one year and started to become familiar with, and develop a taste for, Anglo Saxon culture.He spent the rest of his childhood in Naples and in 1980, at the age of 9, he took part with a drawing in an international competition organized by ESA European Space Agency on the occasion of the first launching of the Space Shuttle At the end of the selection among the students of all school grades, he came out as the winner for Italy and, together with all the winners of each European country, he went to Cape Canaveral on the prizewinners journey.His evident talent for drawing, encouraged and supported from his first grades in school, led him to choose artistic studies In 1985 he returned for another year to Canada, where he did some illustrations for the review Alma.After finishing his studies at the Liceo Artistico of Naples, he attended the Istituto Europeo di Design for one year in Rome and at the same time studied naturalistic illustration with Franco Testa During the same period he published his first books with some Neapolitan publishers.In 1996 he attended specialization courses with Adelchi Galloni and Lisbeth Zwerger At the same time he increasingly cultivated another of is great passions sculpture.In 1997 he met the painter Margherita Pavesi Mazzoni and together they designed the scenery for a theatrical performance.In 1998 he moved to Milan where he started to work for Dami Editore, with whom he still publishes books translated and distributed also in the United States, France, Germany, England, Russia, Spain, Portugal, Holland, Greece, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Indonesia, Finland, Australia, Korea, Mexico, Hong Kong, Georgia, South Africa, Romania, Poland, Serbia, Albania, Croatia, Slovenia, China, Turkey, Hungary, Estonia and Latvia.In the year 2000 he moved to Swizerland where, desiring to dedicate space to his growing passion for sculpture, he started to work in the Atelier of the Argentine sculptress Gabriela Spector.In 2002 he returned to Naples where, in 2003, he sculpted a monument to Mother Teresa, for the square named after her At the opening ceremony of the Square and the monument, during a meeting to promote the twinning of Naples and Calcutta, the Mayor and Cardinal of Naples were present and a vast delegation from the Indian town, led by the Mayor.In 2004 one of his best known characters, realized for Dami Editore, Topo Tip, became known all over the world and was selected in Germany as Leo Lausemaus for an advertising campaign While implementing this project, in the same year he sculpted a bronze Madonna for the Circolo Posillipo in Naples.


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