With over 120 clever and witty illustrations from Andrew Pinder, this book will give the budding graffiti artist a wealth of ideas, and provide hours of simple, anarchic amusement. Doodlers are encouraged to deface and disfigure all manner of recognizable places, people and products. Including: add some more heads to Mount Rushmore; put a Zulu warrior in a sentry box at Buckingham Palace; give Michelangelo's (naked) David a three-piece suit; add the word 'Baby!' to Che's slogan 'Hasta la victoria siempre'; give the Mona Lisa a full makeover; write 'POO!' on the sight-screen at Lord's cricket ground. There are no restrictions to the havoc that can be created with this fun and rebellious book!
Andrew Pinder (London 1955) initially studied archaeology, and worked as an archaeologist and prehistorian, directing excavations and producing illustrations for museums, books and specialist publications.
Since 1986 he has lived in Mallorca working as an illustrator and painter. He has illustrated about eighty books for adults and children, including the 'Wimpy Vampire' and 'Dorkius Maximus' books 'Curiosity killed the Meerkat', the kindle book 'The Oddities go on Holiday' and the digital book 'Perkin's Perfect Pet' and a number of Doodle books.
Apart from his painting and illustrations Andrew is also a geganter' - he has made the traditional Spanish giants that are carried in processions. including one for a village in Catalunya that, at 5.60 m tall, claims to be biggest in Spain.