Daniel Frost, author of our book Atop a Hill in Frostville, has written a new story for England's Hato Press about office worker Gordon who breaks out of his routine to go on an adventure .
from the publisher:
All you need is a small act quite extraordinary to change the course of things quite ordinary.
Gordon Branches Out is a new picture book by award-winning artist Daniel Frost, a heartwarming tale about taking courage and being different. Daniel's vivid illustrations playfully bring to life the wonders of the natural world; a place not so far, far away.
Daniel Frost is an artist living and working in Copenhagen. Born in Staffordshire in 1984, he moved to London to study at the Royal College of Art, (graduating with a Masters in 2010).
He is a winner of the Oberon award for his illustrated version of Gulliver’s Travels and has exhibited in London, Copenhagen, Antwerp and Los Angeles.
Craftsmanship is at the heart of Daniel's work, he often uses traditional materials such as watercolour, paper collage and pencil crayons to create a blend of modern imagery with the delicate qualities of traditional mediums.
Measures 10 5/8" wide x 7 1/4"tall, 32 pages. Riso printed in England. Laminated cover. Due to the nature of Risograph printing, there can be variations in color coverage and registration.