Where's Wally? The Spectacular Poster Book Paperback – 4 Oct 2010
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A handy standard-sized edition for the international<i> Where's Wally?</i> series.
About the Author
Martin Handford spent much of his childhood drawing and his earliest influences were cinema epics and playing with toy soldiers. At art college he continued to draw what he calls "busy and militarily correct battle scenes" which led to his job as a freelance illustrator specialising in drawing crowd scenes for numerous clients. Martin now gathers his inspiration from a huge variety of sources; films, visiting museums and art galleries, reading comics and books, and collecting ephemera and trivia. He is fascinated by crowds, and is attracted to their vibes, patterns and details – especially humour; "I love their movement and energy." Gradually, from all this meticulous research, the inspiration for a picture emerges, which Martin embellishes with his own ideas to create astonishing scenes. Each picture takes Martin months to draw. "As I work my way through a picture, I add Wally when I come to what I feel is a good place to hide him," he explains.
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Would be an excellent book but it arrived with one poster missing. Not at all happy about receiving an incomplete book.Published on 28 July 2014 by naomi
I was expecting the big poster book but this was smaller and not what I intended. Delivery stated next day (which I paid for) but arrived two days later.Published on 21 Jan. 2014 by Samantha Webb