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by Jill Barklem, illustration from Spring Story - A Birthday Surprise for Wilfred

Pinner says: "This just brings me back to my childhood and my love for books. I adore really detailed illustrations. Jill Barklem, illustration from Spring Story - A Birthday Surprise for Wilfred".

"Maritime History (Sea Story)" by Jill Barklem, master of the cutaway image as you can clearly see.  Just look at those clever nautical details, the round porthole windows, the spiral space-saving lighthouse staircases with rope bannisters.  Absolutely charming beyond belief!

"Maritime History (Sea Story)" by Jill Barklem, master of the cutaway image as you can clearly see.

Anche come decorazione a muro e non solo come metro della crescita è bellissimo :D

this would be fun to do with srcatch art and do as a group project to construct one house - each student doing a different floor

Jill Barklem. I'd like this to be my kitchen--yes :)

Color and style Jill Barclem, Brambly Hedge. Love the detail in the illustrations in this set, spent ages pouring over them when young now my little one adores them too.

Vito Ngai - "Utopia" for Frogfolio--Illustrators event competition poster (Gold medal)

‘Utopia’ by Victor Ngai. - This image shows a common reaction to the idea of Utopia, mistrust. Apparently the thought of Utopia is too good to be true: there is no such thing as a free lunch, apparently.

Brambly Hedge is a series of illustrated children's books by Jill Barklem, based around a community of self-sufficient mice who live together in the tranquil surroundings of the English countryside. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Jill Barklem

Jill Barklem born 1951 is a British writer and illustrator of childrens books Her most famous work is the Brambly Hedge series published from 1980 Jill

"The Secret Staircase", Jill Barklem's Brambly Hedge

From the Secret Staircase (Bramley Hedge) by Jill Barklem I loved this illustration as a child. It seemed so mysterious and haunting.

Caravan animals

Foxwood Tales by Cynthia and Brian Paterson (illustrations very similar to Brambly Hedge)

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