LOM ART is dedicated to showcasing the most talented and creative artists. Our beautiful and exciting artist-led books will unleash creativity in people of all ages. From quirky drawing books to pop-out paper models, the list exhibits what’s hot in the worlds of art and culture.
From Matisse’s monkeys and Pollock's poodles to Lichtenstein's llamas and Kandinsky’s kangaroos, this beautiful 1-10 counting book provides an imaginative learning experience that will appeal to adults and children alike.
With illustrator Grace Helmer's quirky renderings of animals in the style of world-famous artists, Kahlo’s Koalas extends the basic counting concept in a simple, one number, one image per spread format that introduces the smallest children to their first concept of numbers, animals and art appreciation.
1 Picasso Panda
2 Kahlo Koalas
3 Lichtenstein Llamas
4 Matisse Monkeys
5 Pollock Poodles
6 Kandinsky Kangaroos
7 Van Gogh Geckos
8 Seurat Sloths
9 Warhol Warthogs
10 Monet Mice
Includes simple, child-friendly information about the ten featured artists plus a fun number sequence spread.
Cat lovers are invited to curl up with the art of Jamie Shelman and celebrate our favourite feline friends.
They may have nine lives but there is much cats can teach us about getting the most out of the one we have. Whether it’s advice for purrfecting your downtime, navigating romance, friendships or your career, this book features 100 essential lessons to help you through the ups and downs of life, such as:
– A beautiful mane takes serious work
– … and so does the perfect set of nails
– Preserve your dignity at all times
– Stretch regularly
– Demand the best
So, put down your self-help book and pick up your cat. It’s time to take a nap with the life guru you never knew you had. (Please see life lesson no.1.)
Perfect for fans of Simon's Cat and How to Tell if Your Cat is Plotting to Kill You.
Artist founders of the LOM ART imprint, Lucienne and Lesley O’Mara, will be exhibiting their work at the Royal Academy 250th Summer Exhibition – from 12th June to 19th August 2018.
When the sun goes down and the weather is gruesome, find a cosy spot, light some candles, find a good book, and pour a small glass of one of these fine, home-made, hedgerow berry-infused gins.