Handbuch der seltsamen Geschöpfe
By bi'bak, 2013, Publisher bi'bak, Cooperation partners Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, Language German, Page count 88
The interest in monsters is constantly growing. With all this extra spare time we have gained through technical progress, we like to use it to deal with unknown beings and worlds. The growth of industrial, agricultural and urban agglomerations increasingly destroys the natural milieu of the monsters. This precarious situation of monsters has been recently gaining public attention. At the same time, more and more relevant institutions are trying to help protect the monsters, to actively faciliate their habitats and restore a fair balance of man and monster.
Monsters are an attractive part of our environment, even if they attract less attention than other mammals, and we need to spend more effort and more physical agility to observe them. They are amazing in appearance, in their variability in size and movement patterns and in the ability to communicate with sounds, but above all in the extent of their adaptability to a variety of living conditions.
The 40 color plates could not represent better the monsters lifelike in their artistic-graphic design, as well as in terms of their technical implementation by means of excellent color printing techniques. With the help of this manual, you will be able determined with certainty at any time all monsters in your home or your everyday environment. Where possible, the German designations were included in order to facilitate the familiarization with the subject.
The content was developed as part of a workshop in October 2012 in the Naturkundemuseum Berlin with a group of children. This manual is part of the Audioguide-Trilogy Miraculous Beeings by Malve Lippmann, Can Sungu und Marianne Wendt.Download PDF