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Alternatively, archival copies of Rumi (TPC 0011): Illustrated Greeting Card are available at the National Library Board.
It features a Persian cat leaving his hometown and crossing the desert.
The quote reads, “Do not be satisfied with the stories that come before you. Unfold your own myth.”- Rumi
The inside is blank and each card comes with a white envelope.
About the Illustrator
Joshua Chiang is a self-taught illustrator/writer/director. He is the illustrator for several print books and ebooks such as Monsters On The Wall, Javier’s Day, The Chronicles of Oujo series (which he also conceptualized) and Haee: The Cat With a Crooked Tail. In 2003, he co-wrote and co-directed the digital feature film S11, which has been screened at various international film festivals such as the 9th Shanghai International Film Festival. He has also written for animated series such as Nanoboy, Master Raindrop and Zigby. He is now developing original concepts for animation and books through his company Cerealbox Studios. For more information about Joshua Chiang and Cerealbox Studios, visit www.cerealboxstudios.com
“Joshua Chiang can’t fool me. This is the product of one who has watched too many cartoons and is still playing with his imaginary friends. His characters have been around long before their lines and colours are pressed onto a page. Their endearing, vivid expressions are those of his soul at its various stages of growth and inquiry. Trackless Paths is a delightful rest house between innocence and experience, listening and applying, on this lonely journey of life we share.” - Gwee Li Sui, Writer, literary critic, graphic artist