This sticker book, filled with Hundertwasser’s spirit and love of art, is the perfect way to inspire creativity in children as they learn the joys of architecture.
Who wouldn’t want to try and design a building in harmony with nature like Hundertwasser? The artist and architect’s love of vibrant hues, organic forms, natural elements, and individuality make his houses, schools, factories, museums, and churches some of the most recognizable and popular structures in the world. This delightful sticker book opens a window and guides children through their own adventures in architecture, while letting them realize their own architectural dreams. Filled with examples of existing, realized architectural works and numerous opportunities for designing, sketching, and even building one’s own architectural structures, this unique playful and highly engaging book includes six pages of brightly colored stickers and promises hours of fun and fulfillment.
Doris Kutschbach, art historian, editor, and mother of two children, is the author of numerous art books for children and adults alike. Her previous books with Prestel include "The Blue Rider: The Yellow Cow Sees the World in Blue", "Tha Art Treasure Hunt", and "Living Monet: The Artist's Gardens".
Hardcover, 16 pages, 22x27
$ 9.95* | £ 6.99* (* recommended retail price)
Publishing House: Prestel
Date of publication:
US May 20, 2011
UK April 30, 2011