This is a research project published by Claudia Andújar as well as a large-format art book with a trilingual text (Portuguese, Italian, and English). The book is illustrated with drawings made with felt tip pens by Koromani Waika, Mamokè Rorowè, and Kreptip Wakatautheri, members of the Yanomami ethnic group. Their territory extends through the states of Roraima and Amazonas in northern Brazil (bordering Venezuela and Guyana). The term, Yãnomam, is the self-designation of the group established on the Carimani River (Roraima). Their drawings cover the following themes: the creation of the world, Omam (a cultural hero), and other mythological figures, the first women, landscapes, the moon, floods, fire, various animals, and the end of the world. Six of the slides taken by the author—a Swiss photographer based in Brazil—are reproduced in the volume. There is also an introduction by Pietro Maria Bardi, founder of the Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP) and certain basic data on the Yanomami Indians, as well as notes to explain the text. The biologist Paulo Vanzolini, Carlo Zacquini, and João Mursa Pires drew up a glossary related to the flora and fauna in the region, with forty-nine illustrations.