More sophisticated than the one-dimensional images from your childhood, these dot-to-dot puzzles take about 30 minutes each to complete, and they show you how expressive line work can create tonal shading and depth as each section is completed. Enjoy a meditative state as you get into the flow, increasing your hand-eye coordination, mental acuity, and concentration skills while connecting the dots. Have fun on rainy days, complete an image as a party game, or just relax in the moment. Each page is easily removed and displayed when you're finished, so you can show off your handiwork. Do you have your pencil? Ready, set, connect!
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.