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Remarkable Animals Mix & Match to Create 1000 Crazy Creatures

By: Tony Meeuwissen(Author)
32 pages, 30 colour illustrations
Remarkable Animals
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What is a Treevipus? A fantastic creature with the head of a trunkfish, the body of a weevil and the tail of a platypus, of course! In this reissue of this popular novelty title, a host of creatures presented in humorous pictures and informative captions take on new names, and a hilarious new identity when their heads, bodies and legs are swapped around as the pages are flipped. Tony Meeuwissen's witty interchangeable text and beautifully detailed artwork combine to make an exceptional novelty book.

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Tony Meeuwissen has won the Victoria & Albert Museum's illustration award and uniquely scooped two gold and two silver awards from The Designers and Art Directors Association (D&AD). His portfolio spans five decades of popular art, from the covers of a score of Penguin bestsellers to a collection of Royal Mail stamps. His designs have graced the covers of Radio Times and The Sunday Times magazine and even the sleeve of a Rolling Stones album. Tony lives in Stroud, Gloucestershire.

By: Tony Meeuwissen(Author)
32 pages, 30 colour illustrations
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