Create your own colourful woodland animal portraits with this new National History Museum sticker series that’s perfect for young animal enthusiasts! Featuring eight sticker by number portraits of woodland animals and packed with fun facts to learn as you sticker, this arty activity book provides hours of fun for little ones. With large stickers perfect for little hands and a straightforward sticker by number design, kids will enjoy creating stylish, vibrant portraits of woodland animals in their natural habitat.
‘Combining a few of our favourite things – walruses, stickers, and dynamic illustrations styles – a series of new books illustrated by transatlantic duo Craig & Karl ticks a lot of boxes.’
‘These books produce quite stunning results, with the brightly coloured stickers set against the shiny black background.’
(Parents in Touch)
‘brilliant for letting younger children do on their own. The artwork is quite striking’
(Let Them be Small)
About the Author
CRAIG REDMAN and KARL MAIER live in different parts of the world (New York & London) but collaborate daily to create bold work that is filled with simple messages executed in a thoughtful and often humorous way. They’ve had work exhibited around the world, most notably at the MusÚe de la PublicitÚ (Paris), Onassis Cultural Centre (Athens), Museum for Contemporary Art (Mexico) and the Museum of the Moving Image (New York) and they’ve worked on projects for clients like LVMH, Google, Nike, Apple, Vogue, Vanity Fair, The Washington Post and The New York Times.