This beautiful concertina coloring book shows animals in their habitats on one side and on the other their anatomically correct skeletal structures. In the great spirit of diagrammatic natural history books, John Sibbick delights in the awe-inspiring complexity of the natural world.
- Can be read as a book, displayed on a mantelpiece, or framed as a print
- Wraparound cover: book easily displayed in shops spine facing
John Sibbick is a freelance illustrator living in England. He has designed dinosaur exhibits for national institutions including London's Natural History Museum, the Museum of Scotland, and the Gamagori Museum in Japan.
|Product dimensions:||5.30(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.20(d)|
|Age Range:||5 Years|
About the Author
John Sibbick trained in Graphics and Illustration at Guildford College of Art in the south of England, followed by four years in design studios in London before becoming a freelance illustrator in 1972.
He has covered a variety of subjects ranging from educational to fantasy. He is probably best known for his prehistoric reconstructions in books, magazines, museums, television and other media.
John has designed a number of dinosaur exhibits for a variety of prestigious National institutions including London’s Natural History Museum, the Museum of Scotland and The Gamagori Museum in Japan and has worked as an illustrator for a number of respected publishers of natural history books including National Geographic, Kingfisher and Puffin.