|Dimensions||190 × 145 × 13 mm|
200 gsm – handmade from recycled cotton waste
Limited edition of 2000
Before Leo Tolstoy was a celebrated writer, he was a student who struggled through his university days with his teachers dismissing him as “unable and unwilling to learn.” Later, he came to believe that children would learn when they were given the freedom to make their own decisions. He also felt that adults could learn from children just as much as they could teach them. It was with this thought in mind that he wrote a series of fables that took inspiration from the actions of children.