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Brief Published: 27 Sep 2011

Faces by Miller Goodman


Previewing at Tent London as part of the London Design Festival last week was the new children’s activity book by Brighton-based design company Miller Goodman.

Titled Faces, the illustrated children’s book comprises imaginative and creative ways of making faces, using collages, printmaking, drawing, geometric shapes and sculptures. Packed too with surprise details revealed when looking through holes, lifting flaps or turning the book upside-down.

Designed by the originators of the children’s building blocks PlayShapes and ShapeMakers, Faces too bears the hallmark of Miller Goodman’s distinctive and original graphic style that appeals to children and adults alike.

Faces will be published by Tate Publishing in October, 2011.

Miller Goodman