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    • Virginia McCreedy

      Crocheted storybook landscapes: Proyecto Monona by Yanina Schenkel, via Behance

    • Elizabeth Judd Taylor

      Yanina Schenkel→Proyecto Monona Shuffle← BACK Proyecto Monona Character Design, Crafts, Toy Design Toy Design Served The Digital Age Served Proyecto Monona    This characters are based in the book "Monona en la calesita" ("Monona in the carrousel") , by Ana Rascovsky. They were presented at the MALBA (Museum of Latinoamerican Art of Buenos Aires) in july 2011 as a part of the event MALBA niños (Malba for children). More at :  Proyecto Monona Pica-Pau

    • Moogieof4

      Amazing shapes and forms in crochet of a storybook landscape by artist Ana Rascovsky Proyecto Monona on Behance

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