We’ve gone dinosaur crazy here at the Nobrow shop and are offering 3 for the price of 2 on selected dinosaur and animal toys!
Perfect for kids to recreate the events of the Jurassic or as a display piece to sit alongside our creature-based concertinas like Rise and Fall or Flesh and Bone, make sure you take advantage of this offer quickly as it won’t last forever and is only available at the Nobrow shop!
We are very excited to announce that in celebration of the release of Hilda and the Bird Parade by Luke Pearson and Dockwood by Jon McNaught we have signed and sketched-in copies of the book available for sale only in the Nobrow shop!
Don’t miss your chance to get your hands on a piece of original artwork hand drawn by the authors. We’ve only got 50 signed copies of each book so get moving!
Prepare for your jaw to drop to your toes… Hilda and the Bird Parade is almost here, and well there’s no other way of describing it than saying it is awesome, not as a skater might say awesome, but as in “it will and does inspire awe.” If the breathtaking artwork weren’t enough to completely enrapture you, the story is among the best I have read in a very long time – and I’m not just saying that as the publisher of the book, it just is. The good news is that if you’re principled enough to buy it directly from the publisher you will be rewarded, we have hand printed, yes hand printed, a handful of bookplates for the early birds in five colours downstairs and the brilliant news is that there are still some left! So hurry on down to the webshop and don’t miss out, you think they’ll still be there in a week? Don’t count on it! ;)
Also we wanted you all to know that the exhibition of Luke’s original artwork from the book *as well as the book itself!* will be on at Foyles for another week, so don’t miss your opportunity to see it and if you want a sneaky peek of the beautiful hardback book that too, by heading on down to Foyles on Charing Cross Road.
This Saturday, October 13th Ugo Gattoni, creator of the intricately constructed Savador Dali-meets-Where’s Wally-at-the-Olympics concertina Bicycle, will be signing copies of his work at the Sergeant Paper art shop in Paris. If you’re in the city of lights, why not cycle down? Bicycle will also be the subject of an in-store exhibition until October 20th and Sergeant Paper are releasing a series of 50 signed, limited edition 54x95cm panorama prints from the Leporello book. So even if you miss the man himself, there’s plenty to make the detour for.