OZY AND MILLIE, by Dana Simpson, Andrews McMeel

From the creator of the enormously popular Phoebe and Her Unicorn series comes "Ozy and Millie," a playful comic exploring the friendship between two foxes. "Ozy and Millie" features an introduction by author Dana Simpson and a hand-selected collection of her favorite strips from the comic's 10-year run. While this comic deals with middle-grade kids … Continue reading OZY AND MILLIE, by Dana Simpson, Andrews McMeel

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NIGHTFALL, COLORING BOOK, Illustrated by Maria Trolle, Gibbs Smith

A collection from Sweden’s newest coloring book sensation, available in North America for the first time. Maria Trolle’s Twilight Garden coloring book collection sets itself apart from the competition with its romantic sophistication. Striking black endpapers and white-on-black printed imagery dispersed throughout lend this hardbound edition a luxurious feel. Artists will fall head over heels … Continue reading NIGHTFALL, COLORING BOOK, Illustrated by Maria Trolle, Gibbs Smith

DRAW LIKE AN ARTIST POP ART, by Patricia Geis, Princeton Architectural Press

When Pop Art burst on the art scene in the 1950s as a reaction against abstract expressionism, it found instant favor with its colorful use of images from advertising, signs, soup cans, Coke bottles, and even comic strips. This playfulness is front and center in Draw Like an Artist: Pop Art: a collection of eighteen … Continue reading DRAW LIKE AN ARTIST POP ART, by Patricia Geis, Princeton Architectural Press

DRAW LIKE AN ARTIST, A SELF-PORTRAIT SKETCHBOOK, by Patricia Geis, Princeton Architectural Press

How would you draw yourself if you were Vincent van Gogh? Pablo Picasso? Or Frida Kahlo? Draw Like an Artist offers examples of self-portraits from eighteen masters, accompanied by thought-provoking questions and a matching canvas. The result is a fun-filled artistic journey for young artists of any skill level to create self-portraits in the style … Continue reading DRAW LIKE AN ARTIST, A SELF-PORTRAIT SKETCHBOOK, by Patricia Geis, Princeton Architectural Press