Make and Move: Monsters by Sato Hisao
  

Synopsis

Make and Move: Monsters by Sato Hisao

12 amazing moving monsters to press out, slot together and play! Have fiendish fun with this collection of creepy critters, from graveyard ghouls and villainous vampires to spooky skeletons and slippery deep-sea monsters. Create fantastic model comes with easy-to-follow assembly instructions, and no scissors or glue required! Contains nine ready-to-play monsters, plus three to colour in with your own fantastic designs. Created by Sato Hisao, talented paper artist for ages 6+.

About the Author

Sato Hisao is a freelance product designer based in London, specializing in toy design. He studied at the Royal College of Art and Musashino Art University.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
56 pages

Author

Sato Hisao
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Publisher

Laurence King Publishing

Publication date

5th September 2016

ISBN

9781780677941


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