Károly Reich (1922–1988) was an Hungarian artist best known for his children's book illustrations and poster designs. Born in a farming family in the lake Balaton area, Károly loved to draw, preferably animals. At 18 he won a scholarship and moved to Budapest, where he graduated at the Hungarian Academy of Applied Art.
Csoda szarvas - A central figure in the legends surrounding the origin of the Hungarian people. The name translates to "Miraculous Deer". According to Hungarian legend, while out hunting, the brothers Hunor and Magor saw a miraculous white stag. They pursued the animal, but it always stayed ahead of them, leading them westward into Levedia, where they married two princesses and founded the Hun and Magyar peoples.