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Here’s another visual pun. I love listening to people talk, then misinterpreting what they just said. And of course, there’s always a visual. Let me know if there’s a phrase you’d like to see. Enjoy!
Sorry, could not resist. The world loves a punster…
Here’s a fun little video I made. It’s time-lapse of a project I’m working on for a production entitled Diversity Circus. It’s an illustration of a trick using a broom, where–if you keep your elbows bent–no one will be able … Continue reading
This is a piece I illustrated for Family Fun magazine a few years ago. Feel free to download and print for your students, then ask how many hearts they can find in the room. I’m not sure what the correct … Continue reading
Anita Brandolini’s Fizz, Bubble & Flash (Williamson Books) is one of the most clever books I’ve ever worked on, in particular its approach to something so mind-numbing as the periodic table. The book opens practical uses to nearly every element … Continue reading
Something missing from your breakfast table? The word Oviraptor means “egg thief,” after a fossil specimen was found on top of a pile of what was thought to be Protoceratops eggs. The image below is from Howard Temperley’s In the … Continue reading
Composer Robert Schumann was famous for his aphorisms (observations containing some degree of truth) and well as his music. This image is one of several from the 2006 Ravinia One Score program.
On average, head hair grows about half an inch a month. But some people’s hair grows more quickly than other people’s. (From Kids Discover Skin.)
I’ve always believed that everything can be renamed, according to its purpose. This image is from Great Games by Williamson Publishing, a great kids book on gaming activities of all kinds.