Let's Make Some Great Art

By Marion Deuchars

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  • Paperback
  • 600 illustrations
  • 224 pages
  • 289 x 210 mm
  • ISBN 9781856697866
  • Published July 2011

In this interactive book Marion Deuchars takes the broad canvas of ART and fills it with drawings and activities that let you discover what art can be, how it can be made, what it can mean for you and what it has meant for people through the ages.

 

This book is packed with stimulating ideas to spark your creative imagination. You can complete the Mona Lisa's smile, or design your own Jackson Pollock-inspired work with a marble, a tray, some paint and paper. There are step-by-step instructions for how to draw a bird and how to give it an expression, as well a foolproof method for drawing a bicycle.

 

For artists of all ages.

 

For more information about the book and the author please visit www.letsmakesomegreatart.com

About the Author

Author of the best selling Let's Make Some Great Art series, Marion Deuchars is a Scottish born, award winning illustrator with a globally recognisable style. Her influential hand-lettering and illustration work has been used on advertising campaigns from Samsung and HP to posters for Formula 1 and stamps for The Royal Mail. Her books have won six international awards for design and illustration. She is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale and one of six designers to represent the UK at Helsinki's World Design Capital celebrations.

She lives in North London with her husband and two children.

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'A niche resource for big and little kids alike, wholly motivational or youngsters and great creative respite for mature designers.'
Advanced Photoshop Magazine

'...beautifully designed, visually literate and...fun.'
Books for Keeps

'...both an engaging blast and one of the cheapest selections of inspiring art exercises for eight-year-old children all the way through to grown-up art editors, designers and anyone at all with an interest in art.'
Computer Arts

'...a new reason to bust out the old Crayolas.'
Nylon Magazine

'More than just a colouring book, it is a complete art class.'
Sunday Express