This project is a Kafka-Metamorphose’s picture-flip-book. The illustrator Flavia Zorilla took the six main characters (the mother, Samsa’s boss, the Jewish tenants, the father, the sister, the cleaning lady and the insect) and she divided them in three parts: heads, chests and legs. Then she picked a phrase from the book (somehow related to each one of the characters) and also divided it into three parts. As a result when you flip the pages, the characters mix up and change as you get funny-bizarre phrases. The metamorphose turns out to be quite literal in this book.