Jorge González (Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1970) has been living in Spain for the last 25 years. He is an illustrator and author of children’s picture books, comic books and illustrated books for both adults and children. His book Fueye/Bandonéon won in 2009 the First Prize for Graphic Novel FNAC-Sinsentido. He is also the author of the animated short film Jazz song and is a frequent collaborator of The New Yorker. He has been part of the Orsai project since its inception and has worked with publishers such as Libros del zorro rojo, Sexto Piso, Mamut, and in France with Dupuis and Futuropolis.
One day, a turtle decides to find out the meaning of the end. She will discover more than one meaning, and among them that there is beauty in the end. Nina, the turtle, is one hundred years old and she decides to discover the meaning of the end, because she likes to understand things. So she embarks...[more]