Let's Make Some Great Fingerprint Art by Marion Deuchars
  

Let's Make Some Great Fingerprint Art

Written by Marion Deuchars
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Synopsis

Let's Make Some Great Fingerprint Art by Marion Deuchars

In this interactive activity book, Marion Deuchars shows how different art effects can be achieved by using fingers and ink only. Packed with stimulating ideas to spark your creative imagination, Let's Make Some Great Fingerprint Art shows how to make letters, patterns, animals, characters and even whole works of art from your fingerprints. This follow-up to the hugely successful Let's Make Some Great Art will appeal to artists aged 6 upwards. Let the inky fingers begin.

Reviews

Let's Make Some Great Fingerprint Art is a fun, creative and imaginative interactive activity book that will appeal to artists aged six and upwards. - What's Up for Kids

About the Author

Marion Deuchars is an internationally acclaimed, award-winning illustrator with an instantly recognizable and much-loved style. Marion's artwork has graced the covers of Penguin Books, the pages of the Guardian and New York Magazine, and Advertising campaigns for Volkswagen, Ford and Formula One. From Jamie Oliver, to Carluccio's to stamps celebrating The Royal Shakespeare Company, her illustration and lettering is unparalleled and highly influential.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

Marion Deuchars
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Publisher

Laurence King Publishing

Publication date

21st September 2012

ISBN

9781780670157


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