Fausto Gilberti

Yayoi Kusama has an unmistakable signature style – her artwork is characterized by hundreds and hundreds of vibrant dots that cover virtually anything she can possibly find! From dresses to tables, walls to galleries, Yayoi Kusama leaves no surface undotted.

In “Yayoi Kusama Covered Everything in Dots and Wasn’t Sorry,” Fausto Gilberti brings Yayoi’s creative vision to life in a truly witty way, making it one of the best kids’ books on contemporary art out there. Not only does it illustrate Yayoi’s story in vivid color, but readers will also get a glimpse into YK’s mirrored rooms where glittering lights and balls remain suspended in perpetuates the infinity of dots!