Pixels of You (Paperback)

Pixels of You By Ananth Hirsh, Yuko Ota, J.R. Doyle (Illustrator) Cover Image

Pixels of You (Paperback)

By Ananth Hirsh, Yuko Ota, J.R. Doyle (Illustrator)


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A human and human-presenting AI slowly become friends—and maybe more—in this moving YA graphic novel

In a near future, augmentation and AI changed everything and nothing. Indira is a human girl who has been cybernetically augmented after a tragic accident, and Fawn is one of the first human-presenting AI. They have the same internship at a gallery, but neither thinks much of the other’s photography. But after a huge public blowout, their mentor gives them an ultimatum: work together on a project or leave her gallery forever. Grudgingly, the two begin to collaborate, and what comes out of it is astounding and revealing for both of them. Pixels of You is about the slow transformation of a rivalry to a friendship to something more as Indira and Fawn navigate each other, the world around them—and what it means to be an artist and a person.
Ananth Hirsh and Yuko Ota are the Ignus Award–winning team behind Lucky Penny, which won a Cybil Award, was a Junior Library Guild selection, and received a starred review from Publisher’s Weekly. They live in Brooklyn. 
Product Details ISBN: 9781419749575
ISBN-10: 1419749579
Publisher: Amulet Paperbacks
Publication Date: February 8th, 2022
Pages: 176
Language: English
"Ultimately a short but sweet story about two girls slowly falling in love. . .The art, however, is striking, with bold, stark colors; plays on light and dark; and disrupted frames depicting photos and extending emotional moments."
— Kirkus Reviews

"The robot/human relationship serves as a reflection on managing cultural alienation, and the girls’ chemistry is well developed, building to a surprising, sweet conclusion. Hirsh and Ota’s story is a combination of broad narrative strokes and intimate moments, and Doyle’s manga-inspired, deliciously purple and pink illustrations float with ease through a near-future New York." 
— School Library Journal