Portal To The Imagination
Jump into the world of GG and Pop!
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The Artist Edition of "Portal to the Imagination" the first book in the new series "The Vivid Imaginations of GG and Pop"
Write an idea on the cover flowers – plant it – watch your ideas grow!
Instructions included in the book.
Plant your dust-cover within a month of receiving your book.
9" x 9" 80pg Hardcover book with plantable dust cover.
- Imaginative preface
- Story featuring GG and Pop and how they learn the wonders of their imagination
- 25 page hands-on activity based epilogue
- Biodegradable cover – plant the flowers or use to decorate
- LANGUAGE: English
- HARDCOVER: 80 Pages, Artist's Edition
- ISBN-13: 978-0-578-31509-6
- DIMENSIONS: 9 X 9 in
- PUBLISHER: Candied Yams & Co.
- PUBLISH DATE: ©2021
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Jessica Ann Peavy
Visual artist and filmmaker Jessica Ann Peavy has exhibited across the US and abroad. Her work has been featured in Artforum, Time Out New York, The New Yorker and others. She’s also led arts education programs for several of NYC’s major cultural institutions.
Peavy is the mother of the real life GG and Pop (Gloria-Gwendolyn and Pearl). The brand started in 2020 during covid as a way for integrate her work with the education of her 5yr old and 3yr old daughters as they were quarantined for months in New York City.
Mimi Moffie is Nina Alberg, a Caribbean illustrator, writer and teacher who is currently based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Her work is focused on and inspired by expressions of joy and self advocacy by black women. She makes both digital and hand-drawn illustrations and has worked with several major international publishers and publications.
Joe Shouldice, started the graphic design studio YesYesYes Design with a mission to delight. Originally from Toronto, Shouldice moved to Brooklyn in 2006. He has received accolades from most major international design competitions, including the Tokyo Type Director's Club and The Grammys.
With over 16 years experience in print and digital design, Shouldice continues to work with only the best clients world-wide.