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This is a great book with illustrators such as Eric Carle, Maurice Sendak, and more as they talk to children about how they began their adventures into illustration. Fold out pages, self portrait illustrations...just lovely!

A wonderful, wonderful book to introduce art to children!

Instantly recognizable to millions around the world, his works represent an endlessly fascinating marriage of art and mathematics. Exploring themes of infinity and paradox, impossible geometry and warped perspective, M.C. Escher's world is one of playful imagination and the unexpected, executed with precision and exquisite attention to detail. This outsized, lavish book's pop-up format adds even more intrigue, bringing his dazzling, baffling designs to life.

10 By:Marion Bataille ---way cool book!

Daniel Firman   :: Paris-based artist, Daniel Firman is known for his realistic and bold sculptures that quite frequently challenge his audience's interpretive skills. Over the past ten years, Firman's work has been shown all over the world and is a household name for those who frequent the Galerie Perrotins in Paris. Kids would like this, create paintings of unlikely animals or perhaps some wire framed sculptural pieces

The Chronicles of Narnia Pop-up: Based on the Books by C. S. Lewis. Matthew Reinhart makes the most incredible popup books in the history of the world.

a pop-up book of the alphabet. This is such a cool book, you really have to see it in person.

"This beautiful sculpture is called “Asleep” and was created by artist Peter Shipperheyn for the grave site of his friend Laurence Matheson. The sculpture was done upon request of Mr. Matheson’s widow, as a symbol of her undying love for her late husband."

Human Anatomy: From the Renaissance to the Digital Age

don't really know why I am so drawn to cemeteries. perhaps it is my aversion to be buried. they are a sad place. loved ones gone and forgotten over time. I don't "do" death well. loss is long and deep.

On his master's tombstone at Highgate Cemetery, London