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All over the world, parents are raising kids to get active and embrace the "design-it-yourself" spirit of homemade arts and crafts. D.I.Y. Kids encourages young readers to use basic design principles and onhand materials to express their individuality through more than eighty imaginative projects. The book is divided into four sections "Graphics," "Toys," "Home," and "Fashion" each packed with fun ideas for making T-shirts, party supplies, pop-up cards, bracelets, stuffed animals, and dozens of other fun and useful items. Each project is explained with step-by-step instructions and colorful photographs of cool designs and the kids who made them. The projects rated by difficulty, time, mess, and cost are intended for ages seven through twelve, but can easily be modified to suit all ages.
D.I.Y. Kids is designed to trigger imaginative play, without requiring fees, teams, or a minivan. It's for parents, teachers, aunts and uncles, friends and babysitters, neighbors and citizens anyone who wants to create a better world not only for, but also with, the next generation. Most of all, it is for kids who want to make their mark by exercising the arts of design with wit, intelligence, and style.
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Ellen Lupton is a curator of contemporary design at the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum and the director of the graphic design MFA program at the Maryland Institute College of Art. She is the author of numerous books, including D.I.Y. Design It Yourself and Thinking with Type. She received a Gold Medal for lifetime achievement from the AIGA in 2007.Review:
DIY Kids by Ellen and Julia Lupton is just the thing to bring out the creative side of technology-loving kids. -- Miami News-Record
Easy to use and inspirational, DIY Kids will probably shape the next generation of designers. -- M (Melbourne) Magazine, October 2007
"With all the talk about design education, it's about time there was a design book for children--because it's never too early to learn basic design principles. This book is for kids and illustrated with their art." --Communication Arts, November 2007
"Best Books of 2007: This book of kid-friendly projects that use basic principles and on-hand materials. Packed with ideas for T-shirts, pop-up cards, stuffed animals, etc." --Scholastic Parent - Child, December 2007
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Book Description Princeton Architectural Press, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. 1. Seller Inventory # DADAX1568987072
Book Description Princeton Architectural Press, 2007. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1568987072
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Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # M-1568987072