Avis aux amateurs de jeux-concours, Disneyland Paris (oui oui le parc d’attractions) offre – entre autre – un papertoy chaque mois pendant l’automne… Vous vous souvenez de Rex, l’adorable tyrannosaure en plastique de l’aventure Toy Story ? C’est avec lui qu’on commence la série…
Here’s a simple design that my son Arthur and I put together for a friend’s Kayaking party. We once actually made a full size version of this Pop Up and sailed Arthur across a pond in it! It wasn’t made of card of course, we used very thin ply and it worked a treat, even if it was a little wobbly!!
The children of Drayton Park School reading ‘Big Bug Little Bug’
Wow!, I really wasn’t expecting this! The children had learnt the whole of Big Bug Little Bug and performed it for me, Amazing!
Drayton Park School at Islington Central Library
Just some of the great work created by the children (and grown ups!) of Drayton Park School in London as part of the PopUp Festival of Stories at Islington central Library in London.
A really creative bunch of kids created their own totally original pop up bugs and monsters based on my children’s books, Big Bug Little Bug and Dinosaur Roar!
The children were a delight to work with and everyone left with something quite unique and I mean everyone!
A gallery of work by Ray Marshall, pop up maestro, who is based in California but who, oddly, I met at my son’s school fete some years back, whilst I was barbecuing burgers in a doctors uniform, after face painting wounds and bruises onto children! Looking forward to meeting him here in Dorset, UK in the summer when he comes to visit family.