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Book Title: Freddie & Gingersnap|
The author of the book: Vincent X. Kirsch
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 313 KB
Date of issue: January 14th 2014
ISBN 13: 9781423159582
Read full description of the books Freddie & Gingersnap:Freddie is a little dinosaur that wants more than anything to know what clouds are like. Gingersnap is a little dragon that wishes more than anything to fly. When Gingersnap in a failed first attempt at flight falls right on top of Freddie, the two glare at each other. Then they growl and hiss at each other. But when their individual howls and stomps find a common rhythm, their attempts at aggression transform into a dance of friendship and brings each of them that much closer to realizing his or her dream.
Read information about the authorVincent X. Kirsch is an artist, designer, toymaker and writer of books, film and television projects for people of all ages.
Mr. Kirsch’s first picture book Natalie & Naughtily was published in the fall of 2008 by BloomsburyUSA Publishing. His work has appeared in three recent Original Art Shows at the Society of Illustrators in New York City.
He has also published other books:
A sequel of sorts titled Two Little Boys From Toolittle Toys
Forsythia & Me
Freddie & Gingersnap
Freddie & Gingersnap Find A Cloud To Keep
As well as, illustrations for:
Noah Webster and His Words
Gingerbread for Liberty!
The Hole Story of the Doughnut
The Hole Story of the Doughnut
Mr. Kirsch got his start in advertising agencies specializing in Broadway and film accounts. He had been involved in things theatrical since his youth. He had minored in scenic design and filmmaking at Syracuse University. His scenic design work lead him the stages of the Williamstown Theatre Festival where he became an artist-in-residence under the nurturing gaze of Nikos Psacharapoulos. He designed sets and posters for seven summer seasons of the productions there.
At the same time he was designing and illustrating book jackets for such authors as Joyce Carol Oates, Luigi Barzini and F. Scott Fitzgerald. An accidental spilling of India ink on scratchboard resulted in a completely unusual, original black and white illustration style. The black and white, as well as color work, has continued to appear regularly on the pages of The New York Times Book Review & Op-Ed pages, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times and a wide array of magazines.
Coincidentally, the work on the Op-Ed page of The New York Times landed Mr. Kirsch a three-year job designing and directing the windows of Bergdorf Goodman on Fifth Avenue. His work with mannequins and small window spaces lead to the creation of three-dimensional characters and revived a fascination with puppetry and Victorian toy theaters.
He has worked and experimented on these projects steadily since leaving Bergdorf Goodman in the mid-nineties.
Mr. Kirsch currently lives in Los Angeles, California.
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