Agnes Loonstra (1987) is a freelance illustrator and animator living in Utrecht, the Netherlands. Sometimes seriously, but often cheerful, Agnes puts her magnifying glass on the things that make life so much fun. With an atmospheric color palette, she translates every subject to a striking image. As well as being an illustrator, Agnes is also a musician, graduated from the conservatory in Utrecht. She works for Dutch, and international clients like Flow Magazine and Workman Publishing.
From wild-picking to bird watching, from gardening to forest bathing: in this book ‘urban treehugger’ Eline Van Lancker unravels the mental health benefits of the latest outdoor hypes. Not as a vague pseudo therapy, but based on scientific facts and with a strong dose of humor and (self-) relativation....[more]
This charming, fun booklet contains 32 flower postcards, extracted form the successful title Flower Garden. You can tear off the postcards and send them to someone or simply hang them on your own wall.
There’s a cake in a shop window, a big white cake. What should I do? writes Toon Tellegen full of cake doubt in his verse A cake. How do you get something so delicious? A birthday would help, give the lady behind the counter butterflies, or is there perhaps a magic spell that works? Well no: you just...[more]
Sex education for children between the ages of 5 and 8 years. With topics such as the physical differences between boys and girls, in love, lovemaking, conception and orientation and birth with attention to diversity and inclusion.
Grow and harvest flowers on your own balcony or small garden Whistling while wearing your sun hat and cutting the most beautiful field bouquet on your own balcony. A dream? No, with the help of this book, you can create a flowering sea of flowers, even on the smallest balcony. In this book we tell you...[more]