Draw Me a House: Architectural Ideas, Inspiration and Colouring In

Draw Me a House: Architectural Ideas, Inspiration and Colouring In

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By (author) Thibaud Herem

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  • Publisher: Cicada Books Limited
  • Format: Paperback | 208 pages
  • Dimensions: 210mm x 276mm x 28mm | 721g
  • Publication date: 31 May 2012
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0956205372
  • ISBN 13: 9780956205377
  • Sales rank: 52,423

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"Draw Me a House" is an interactive coloring book for budding architects. Warm, humorous drawings from acclaimed illustrator Thibaud Herem accompany playful suggestions to draw a new top on the Chrysler building, design a deluxe doghouse, or fix up the Parthenon. A delight for adults and children alike.

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Thibaud Herem is an established illustrator whose work has featured in major campaigns on the London underground and numerous magazines and blogs. He has published two other books, and has worked with prestigious clients including Anya Hindmarch, Nike, Wallpaper* and Harvard University.

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In an era of Dwell Modern, Danish style and industrial chic, hip parents are looking for hip products to entertain their kids, whilst trying hard not to buy into gross commercialism and mass branding. Draw Me a House, written and illustrated by Thibaud Herem, a French-born illustrator based in London, is one of the most engaging in the new world of "interactive" coloring books. But by interactive not meaning a stylus and a screen, but a pencil and a page. Part coloring book, part sketch pad, educational and inspirational, Herems book introduces children to the worlds of architecture and design through his signature simple illustration, and then encourages them to explore their own imagination on paper.--Sophie De Rakoff"Huffington Post" (05/31/2012)