With The Subway Graffiti Sketchbook, today's graffiti artists can go back to the medium's roots and find inspiration without fear of arrest. The book contains 54 accurate line drawings of subway cars in a unique concertina binding that allows you to create amazing sequences of subway cars.
In Why Your Five Year Old Could Not Have Done That, author Susie Hodge sets out to counter that familiar sentiment by explaining why the best examples of modern art are actually the result of sophisticated thought and serious talent.
The Usborne Book of Drawing, Doodling and Coloring is packed with wonderfully wild pictures to color, groovy guided drawing activities, and doodle-starters from which drawings can grow and grow until they cover the whole page. It's pure delight for children age six and older. 126 pages.
This fun-filled book teaches young readers all about color by leading them on a fascinating journey through the history of western art. As they read the book, children are invited to wander through a virtual art gallery where each room features a different color. Author — Silke Vry. 96 pages.
In this story, Rockwell is having trouble finding exactly the right model to pose with Scotty for a series of four calendar illustrations. The sought-after model turns out to be a dog - but the canine shouldn't be too small or too large.
Stick wax on a string - for imaginative, manipulative play and excellent tactile stimulation. Wikkies are non-toxic, non messy, unbreakable, and endlessly reusable sticky strings that children can use to trace patterns on paper or shape into many forms.
From birds to butterflies, fairies to fashion, and rainbows to shooting stars, "The Usborne Book of Drawing, Doodling, and Coloring for Girls" is filled with gorgeous, original artwork that's irresistible to girls who love to doodle and color.
Little Suzette and her nursemaid enjoy daily walks in the handsome park near their home, where they often see a tall, elegant lady strolling in the park with her tiny puppy. Then, a comical incident transforms Suzette and the puppy into friends.
Author Molly Blaisdell transports young readers to the city of Amsterdam in the 1650s. It is a time when world-renowned artist Rembrandt van Rijn is at the height of fame among his patrons - and when his young son Titus longs to become a great painter.
Young Camille befriends a strange visitor to his small town, and one day he brings this man a gift of bright, beautiful sunflowers. The man is the artist Vincent van Gogh, and the sunflowers quickly become the subject of a magnificent painting.
Geared to children age six and older, Walter Foster’s award-winning “Learn to Draw�? series helps young artists draw their favorite subjects with creativity and confidence by taking the mystery out of drawing.