Sticker album of works of art from around the world is released

Starting May 4, Artonauts art figurines return: with the third collection you will discover masterpieces from around the world.

Artonauts, the figurines of art, is back: from May 4, 2021, it will be possible to buy the new album with the third Tutto Mondo collection at newsstands and online at

A new album to be completed to discover beauty through art and to take a world tour to discover the continents, their artistic treasures and architecture. A journey of discovery of masterpieces intended to celebrate art as a universal language capable of building bridges. One will learn about the traditions, myths and legends of great civilizations, discovering how different cultures have responded to the great questions of man.

After the success of the first collection and the second album dedicated to the early twentieth century, comes the third collection, All World. A title that expresses collectivity and union, and is a tribute to thework of the same name that Keith Haring created in Pisa and dedicated to all humanity.

The story of the third album begins with a very timely scene: the children featured in the story, Ale and Morgana, are taking online classes from home. Suddenly, the cute chubby cat Wizart (named in homage to the publishing house that created Artonauts) disappears, and the children set off in search of him, accompanied by their grandmother Artemisia and the inseparable Argo, the dog who is the protagonist of the story and narrator of the events. Together they will all travel the world starting in Russia and crossing Asia to Japan, exploring Australia and Africa, and arriving in Latin America where they will travel back up the continent and then return to Europe.

They will get to know the most distant cultures and the most famous monuments scattered around the globe: the Taj Mahal in India, archaeological excavations in Syria, but also Australian Aboriginal art, great murals in Brazil, refined Persian architecture and colorful Central American jungle paintings, and contemporary artists in Africa. Point of arrival is Botticelli’s Birth of Venus, an emblem of the Renaissance and the art history of Italy and the world. At the end of the adventure, finding the cat Wizart, the characters will discover the album’s secret message by deciphering an ancient Sumerian language.

Artists featured in this collection include Antonio Canova, Rubens, Titian, Raphael, Natalia Goncharova, Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Keith Haring, Jackson Pollock and many, many more.

The album is designed for children ages 7 to 14 and consists of 116 pages, 15 illustration plates, 99 artworks and monuments to reconstruct thanks to the 288 figurines. There are also 23 riddles and many insights into world cultures, from the legend of Mount Fuji to the myth of Bacchus and Ariadne and stories of medieval knights.

And in this edition, too, there is the game within the game: pairs of collectible Twin Cards to give children memory training, recognizing works of art from details. Plus lots of extra content accessed via Qr code, including tutorials for activities to do at home such as making your own mandala, dreamcatcher, matryoshka, daruma die or Chinese lantern.

Sticker album of works of art from around the world is released
Sticker album of works of art from around the world is released

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