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By Karissa Rosenfield
Inspiring builders of all ages, MoMA has released their first storybook, following the adventures of a young, New York City architect and his architect grandfather: Young Frank and Old Frank. The creative pair -- with matching bow ties, straw boater hats and, of course, Le Corbusier-inspired glasses -- optimistically views the world as an endless supply of inspiration and possibilities. Everything, from macaroni to old boxes, inspires them to create, especially after discovering the works of Frank Gehry and Frank Lloyd Wright at The Museum of Modern Art.
"Young Frank, Architect" was written by the renowned children’s author and illustrator Frank Viva. More information can be found here on MoMA's website.
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