Imaginary Castle Giant Floor Puzzle

Imaginary Castle Giant Floor Puzzle

Toy

By (author) Patrick Hruby

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  • Publisher: AMMO BOOKS LLC
  • Format: Toy
  • Dimensions: 231mm x 305mm x 81mm | 1,270g
  • Publication date: 15 September 2011
  • Publication City/Country: Los Angeles
  • ISBN 10: 1934429635
  • ISBN 13: 9781934429631
  • Illustrations note: colour illustrations
  • Sales rank: 1,456,559

Product description

The Kremlin meets It's a Small World to form an entirely original dreamland called IMAGINARY CASTLE. Patrick Hruby's onion domes, ornamental patterns, and vibrant colors make the IMAGINARY CASTLE a truly delightful scene. Kids will get lost in this stunning visual treat--a dense and complex environment created from multi-layered 2D forms.This 24-piece giant floor puzzle is an inspiring and colorful work of art by illustrator Patrick Hruby. Young children's imaginations will be sparked by the beauty and originality of the puzzle's design. This lovely and well-crafted toy encourages fine motor skills and early cognitive development for children ages two and up. Overall size is an impressive 24 x 36 inches.

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Los Angeles-based illustrator Patrick Hruby grew up in a log cabin within an Idaho forest. As a young boy he dreamt of running away to join the circus and become a trapeze artist. Eventually, however, he grew up to study math and physics before attending the renowned Art Center College of Design and pursuing a career as an illustrator. His interest in the geometry of nature is central to his work. Influenced by artists and designers such as Charley Harper, Paul Rand, and Mary Blair, Hruby has gone on to develop his own stunning and modern aesthetic. Hruby's clients include "The New York Times Magazine," Playboy Jazz Festival, Varsity Pictures, and Brand New School. "CMYK Magazine" recently named him one of their Top 100 New Creatives.