The Great Paint | Author: Alex Wilmore
A humorous tale with lovable characters from Alex Willmore's Big Trip about finding creative inspiration in our environment, while also being considerate to those around us
The Great Paint is a brilliantly funny tale about what can happen when we forget to think of others and get carried away with our artistic endeavors. Frog thinks he is pretty artistic and that the rest of the forest could do with a little bit of inventive improvement. From painting to sculpture to performance art and origami, Frog gets to work on beautifying everything around him . . . but will his friends appreciate his creativity? And how will Frog show them he's sorry and that true creative inspiration lies in the friendship of others?
26.7 x 26.9 cm
Utsuwa: Japanese Objects for Everyday Use | Author: Kylie Johnson
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Japanese craft has long been revered for its quality and beauty, and skilled craftwork remains an important part of Japanese life. 'Utsuwa', meaning 'for everyday use', embodies the ethos of...
Read This if You Want to Be Great at Painting | Author: Selwyn Leamy
Painting isn't as hard as it looks. And it's fun. Whether you're a total beginner or have been painting for years, this indispensable guide cuts through the jargon and provides...
I can draw | Author: Peng
There's no doubt about it: whether you're a newbie or a dab hand, drawing can often be daunting. That's why cartoons are the best place to start! From the co-creator...