The illustrated adventures of King Midas and his golden touch. Was it a blessing? Or was it a course? I explored the myth focusing on the King's naivety and how greed takes everything away from him, including his beloved daughter. The cover image represent his redemption at the end of the story, when he renounces to his power and let the River wash it away from his palms.
Overjoyed, as soon as he got home, he entered the palace and he touched every rose in the garden, and all became gold.