This is the third title in a series of concertina fold-out books published by Big Picture Press. The fold-out book features more than sixty iconic pyramids, castles and skyscrapers and other examples of architectural excellence. This is an excellent introduction to 5000 years of architectural history.
Another amazing book by the wonderful people at Big Picture Press.
Seriously, I want to own EVERYTHING they publish! This particular book is simply magnificent, all ll2 pages of it, and every inch of every page. The staggeringly huge 370 x 272mm book is a piece of treasure, and an absolute steal at £20.00. It’s educational value alone is priceless, each chapter features a different branch of the tree of life, from the simple sponge to the enormous elephant. The production value of this beauty makes me want to pick it up and lick it. The cover is matt-laminated with spot UV, it’s delicious! My photography doesn’t do it justice – Just buy it! You won’t be disappointed, I promise.
A gorgeous debut book from a well-renowned, charismatic and in-demand illustrator, whose witty tweets have attracted almost 50,000 followers on Twitter.
An original fill-me-in journal from the World of Moose, packed with ideas and complex illustrations to spark your creative imagination. Playful drawings and simple prompts invite creators of all ages to not only colour, but draw, imagine and finish his dense line drawings. Complete your own city, fill it with people, write a comic and more. The ultimate rainy day book, sure to keep little ones busy for hours!
Moose Allain is a former architect and has taught at the University of North London and the Royal College of Art’s School of Architecture. His illustrations have featured in the Literary Review, Stephen Fry’s 100 Greatest Gadgets and Gadget Man, both on Channel 4.
– Big Picture Press
You can follow Moose Allain @MooseAllain (adults only please!)
New York is the first title in a new series of highly illustrated two-metre-wide dioramas. (I hope they plan to do on London next.)
Explore an iconic city inside out with this GIANT doubled-sided wallchart. Take a stroll past New York’s best-known buildings and try to spot over 80 objects as you go in this 2-metre-wide game of search and find.
Flip the chart to see behind the scenes, with cut-aways that reveal what the city gets up to behind closed doors…