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'The Heart and the Bottle' illustrations by Oliver Jeffers. - Oliver Jeffers layout and design of pages is interesting. How does the layout allow for interaction of words and images?

'The Heart and the Bottle' by Oliver Jeffers. iPad App by Salim Adam: This interactive iPad App This App went to in the iTunes Book Chart on its first week of release and was ‘iTunes App of the Week’.

This Moose Belongs to Me by Oliver Jeffers

This Moose Belongs to Me by Oliver Jeffers. I have purchased this as a gift for a few little people. It's a story about how a boy finds a moose and claims his as his pet.

by Oliver Jeffers | from picture book "The Great Paper Caper"

Entrances to underground homes idea - the tree look real but are artificial and the leaves are mini solar collectors - Oliver Jeffers Illustration

Oliver Jeffers - “Without a Doubt Part 2” | 2012 | oil on canvas dipped in enamel |28“ x 22.” I want to do this with some thrift shop paintings :)

Oliver Jeffers on The Great Discontent (TGD)

This gives me an idea to dip an old second hand painting and then finish it :) Without a Doubt - oil on canvas dipped in enamel, by Oliver Jeffers.

Oliver Jeffers One city, Five Hours project - simple illustrations made to accompany the United Airlines magazine Hemispheres One City, Five Hours series that gives a step to step guide to how to spend a five hour layover in a city. According to Oliver Jeffers, all of his maps are geographically accurate. How could you represent 5 hours in one habitat?

Oliver Jeffers Projects - Cartography - Paris map illustrated on a moleskine notebook and other hand-drawn city guides.

This Moose Belongs to Me by Oliver Jeffers

Children's Picture Books: This Moose Belongs to Me by Oliver Jeffers; There's so much that has been lost in electronic translation; we need to relearn listening, observing and working together.

Some favorite hands from illustrators!


It is no surprise to anyone that I have a love of lettering, but what may come as a surprise is that I am a die hard fan of naive lettering. I love, love, love the look of an effortless hand, the p.