Joseph Brodsky truly lived his life as a poet, and for it earned eighteen months in an Arctic labor camp, expulsion from his native country, and the Nobel Prize in Literature.
On June 4, 1972, Joseph Brodsky became an involuntary exile from his native country. After brief stays in Vienna and London, he came to the United States. He had write both on russian and english. I suddenly came with idea to illustrate one of his poems I really love. I was so inspired, that images just came to me one after another, and all I have to do was draw-draw-draw. So, Here it is, small illustrated book.