Achoo! by Virginie Morgand
  

Synopsis

Achoo! by Virginie Morgand

It's spring and the animals in the forest can't stop sneezing. But something surprising happens each time an animal says achoo! After sniffing a flower blue bear sneezes, and his round blue ears fly to the next page, where fox mistakes them for blueberries. But before fox knows it, Achoo! , his triangular ears are also soaring over the page to be found by another animal. At the end of the book, we see how each animal has sneezed their way to a completely new look! Filled with humour, Achoo! is an entertaining introduction to shapes and colours.

About the Author

Inspired by hands-on printing techniques and the things she collects, such as children's books and collectible toys, VIRGINIE MORGAND uses hand drawn shapes and bright colours to create vibrant images full of life and energy. Based in Paris, Virginie's background is in animation but, having learnt how to screen print at L'atelier Dupont, she has developed her own visual language as an illustrator working to brief for a growing number of clients. Recent projects include campaigns for Le Meridien, illustrations for The Sunday Times, Elle magazine, Barneys in New York, and front covers for Ballroom Review, The Parisianer and Erratum.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
36 pages

Author

Virginie Morgand
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Publisher

Tate Publishing

Publication date

1st September 2015

ISBN

9781849763769


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