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Tag Archives: illustration
Reader Angela sent in this video where she takes us through the Disney published children’s book – It’s A Small World: Furry Friends. She sees something askew and possibly racist in the lesson the book is imparting to young children. … Continue reading
I’m one of those kids who love the pixie dust of Disney stories on the one hand and darker stories like Roald Dahl and Maurice Sendak on the other. Sendak captured the imagination of millions of children with his book … Continue reading
John Rocco has led an amazing life. He’s worked with Whoopi Goldberg, designed attractions for Walt Disney Imagineering, he’s even been awarded the Caldecott award for a book he illustrated. His illustrations for children’s books can be found on covers … Continue reading
Here is a quick way to escape the Monday doldrums for all you Sci-Fi fans, take a few minutes to play “Where’s Wall-E”. Richard Sargent created this terrific illustration that challenges you to find Wall-E in his amazing illustration featuring dozens … Continue reading