To celebrate 90 years of two much-loved British icons, Winnie-the-Pooh and the Royal Birthday is released today as a brand new illustrated and audio adventure, narrated by Oscar winning actor Jim Broadbent and available for free at www.Disney.co.uk/WinnieRoyalBirthday.
This brand new story has been specially written to celebrate the upcoming official 90th birthday celebrations of Her Majesty The Queen, and also Winnie-the-Pooh’s 90th anniversary, with October 2016 marking 90 years since his first publication and arrival in the Hundred Acre Wood.
Featuring Pooh’s first ever meeting of the Royal Family, the tale beautifully presents the loveable bear and his friends embarking on an unforgettable journey from the Hundred Acre Wood to London with the wish of delivering their own thoughtful 90th birthday presents to The Queen. Illustrations drawn in the classic E.H. Shepard style by Mark Burgess see the nation’s favourite bear and friends travelling through London on an open-top bus, taking in the sights including Trafalgar Square and Buckingham Palace guards, before a chance meeting with The Queen, which allows Pooh to present their birthday gifts.
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For lovers of Dragons, art and story.
On the trail of dragons forgotten, an intrepid illustrator and reporter journeys from Europe through the Middle East and finally to Saigon in search of the dark caverns and mountaintop perches where the elusive winged serpents dwell. With the gift of seeing the invisible, our explorer friend records each encounter in a journal of gorgeous, fully painted artwork, capturing every majestic and fearsome visual detail of the scaly behemoths, and accompanies his findings with snippets of local lore as evidence that these hidden beasts continue to shape the world in ways we may never expect! Find out more here- http://www.dynamite.com/htmlfiles/viewProduct.html?PRO=C1606904647 Use #Lost Dragons on Twitter for a chance to win the book!
Brought to you by Dynamite Entertainment! Video by Arsenic et Boule de Gomme. Book by Elian Black'Mor, Carine-M, Jezequel. Fantasy/Comics/Graphic novel
Official trailer for "Green Gooey Goop," a picture book by Anna C. Morrison with illustrations by Alexander Morris. www.annacmorrison.com. A little girl is presented with a different sort of a meal when her mom serves her green gooey goop. Published by Guardian Angel Publishing.
Video production by Castelane.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu retells his favorite Bible stories, artfully highlighting God’s desire for all people to love one another and find peace and forgiveness in their hearts. Twenty artists from around the world have been selected to illustrate the stories. Their stunning illustrations allow readers to experience the Bible stories as if they were there. Learn more about the book here: http://bit.ly/b2fMA1 and its author: www.childrenofGodbible.com Children’s Christian Bible Stories
I used to think women who looked past my flaws were really cool women with brains, one of Los Angeles-based graphic artist Donny Miller's pictures broadcasts. Now I think they're just desperate. And so establishes his tone. Miller's bright, pop illustrations, often of smiling men and women, belie other bon mots like You are beautiful in every single way, except maybe one or two, Let's tell each other our darkest secrets. Later, when things go bad, we can use them against each other, and We think so much alike. Although, I have no idea what you're thinking. His hip wryness earned him a reputation and he parlayed his personal aesthetic into designing logos for companies like Vans, Paul Frank, and Toy Machine. This year, Miller's work was collected into his first book, Beautiful People With Beautiful Feelings (Abrams, 2006). To celebrate the release, Miller embarked on a book tour that concluded with a stop in New York City. During the day, he did radio spots, improv stand-up comedy, a gallery show, and canoed through Central Park to end world ignorance. At night, he stayed in a cramped 104-degree storefront on the Lower East Side donated by American Apparel with a custom-made red neon light that buzzed Live Animal.
Visit Donny at MOLI.com