As you connect the dots, sophisticated and stylish portraits emerge, revealing twenty different pop-culture icons in these puzzles with pizzazz.
Watch as the lines evolve into stylish, iconic portraits you’ll want to remove and display! The twenty puzzles in this book are much more sophisticated than the one-dimensional images created in childhood. Tonal shading and a sense of depth build with each number set you complete. Dot-to-dot puzzles have also been proven to increase short-term cognitive acuity, hand-eye coordination, and concentration skills. Whether you’re filling time on a rainy day, using the puzzles for a party game, or learning the principles of drawing, 1000 Dot-to-Dot: Icons is fun for all ages. Get your pencils ready and connect the dots!
Thomas Pavitte, born in New Zealand, is a graphic designer and experimental artist who often uses simple techniques to create highly complex pieces, and whose dot-to-dot pieces have been enjoyed by people all over the world. He set an unofficial record for the most complex dot-to-dot drawing in 2011 with his version of the Mona Lisa, in 6,239 numbered dots, which took him weeks to prepare and nine hours to complete. He lives and works in Melbourne, Australia.