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Melbourne illustrator Kim Fleming has a new book out through Scholastic Australia.

“Follow Little Giraffe’s journey in this beautiful story to share with your special mummy. A sweet story with gorgeous watercolour illustrations, this would make a wonderful gift for mums and bubs!”

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Meet the Monsters! Wall vinyls now available at The Wallery

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A set of 6 hand drawn monsters and the door to their secret world, great wall decals for a children’s room designed by Åsa Wikman, now available at The Wallery in three different sizes; starting at €78 for a 60cm high sheet with all the monsters in mixed sizes for and €113 for a 100cm high sheet and €191 for a 200cm high sheet.

The Wallery ship internationally and the wall vinyl’s come with an application tool and instructions on how to install your mural.

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Twins in Time – New Children’s book from Chris Jones and Zach Weinersmith

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Announcing the launch of a new children’s book with a science twist!

Twins in Time is a visual adventure written in verse. It is written with children in mind, but particularly intelligent adults are welcome to come along. Twins in Time explores the classic physics question called “The Twins Paradox” in a brisk and lighthearted style.

Each page is a full color painting by acclaimed children’s book illustrator, Chris Jones. The text of the story is written by Zach Weinersmith, the cartoonist who creates Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal.

For those who demand a bit more rigor in their children’s literature, physicist and bestselling author Dr. Sean Carroll has written a brief discussion of time at the end of the book.

External Link: “Twins in Time”- New Children’s book from Chris Jones and Zach Weinersmith

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March 2014 Spider Magazine Cover Art!

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My art is on the cover of this month’s Spider Magazine. Since it is March, I was asked to do something with a St. Patrick’s day theme and not show any sort of drinking. So I about 10 ideas and sent them in pencil form to the editor. They picked out their favorite, which was a Leprechaun working on a factory line where Gold is made. My personal preference was of a Leprechaun sitting on a giant coffee cup having his morning coffee and not looking to awake. (Suggesting a bit of a good time the night before.)

External Link: March 2014 Spider Magazine Cover Art!

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