The Game of Mix-Up Art by Herve Tullet


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Highly interactive book with die-cuts throughout that are ideal for developing visual awareness, creativity, and imagination.

Is it a book?

Is it a game?
Good news: It’s both.
Turn the flaps of French illustrator Herv Tullet’s book to create your own painting. ” Colours and shapes collide to bold, imaginative ends. It’s a great way for young minds to pass the time — and much less messy than finger painting.

This from best-selling illustrator, Herve Tullet, who  is known as ‘The Prince of Pre-School Books’ in France. His books have bold graphics and simple designs but the concepts are really clever and they challenge kids creatively and imaginatively.


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About the Author

Herve Tullet was born in 1958. After completing his studies in Visual Arts and Fine Arts, he held the position of Artistic Director for ten years (1981-1992). He then worked in communication and advertising. In 1990, he produced his first illustrations for the French press and abroad (ElleLe MondeLiberationEnfants Magazine, etc.) and in 1994 published his first children’s book. Since then he’s devoted himself to illustrating and painting. A great lover of children’s literature, he is father to two young sons and one daughter, who never fail to inspire him.