I spend a lot of time writing and designing information graphics which can be read and understood, first and foremost. I try very hard to keep styling appropriate to the reader, which requires restraint. Over the years I have realised how powerful information graphics are to people of all ages and backgrounds and therefore how… Continue reading Information Graphics Gallery
What can you do when you hear something like, ‘I really love your books but this one is too expensive. Why is so pricey?’ You explain; all the expertise, time, and hours that have gone into making the book, the production in China, the… You realise that your fan has glazed over, dipped out, you’ve… Continue reading Books are too expensive. Or so I’m told
chicken! is a quarterly newspaper for primary school children, their teachers and grown ups. It is also for people who create children’s content. We brought good design together with children’s content into a tabloid newspaper format. The newspaper is free to schools, supported by local business. Read the digital issue here. chicken! features activities, games,… Continue reading Sponsor a chicken!
Chicken! is a quarterly free newspaper for primary school children. It is a fantastic introduction to current affairs and supplements learning based on the school curriculum. Chicken is the only free newspaper for primary school children. Help us keep it that way by sponsoring copies for each child at £3.00 or 30 copies for a class at £90. The… Continue reading chicken! A newspaper for people in primary school
This on going set of Mythical Creatures from African culture is intended to be part of the One Page Books range for primary schools. It highlights the richness of African culture and shows how similar (not different) it is to European and Asian culture. See more on my excellent blog, the illustrationist CLick on each image… Continue reading African Mythical Creatures
Ken Wilson-Max takes part as one the group of illustrators and authors at the Pop Up Festival 2912. Pop Up inspires communities through stories. Our far-reaching literature and story-making programme for schools and families impacts on thousands of children and parents. This is followed by a major public celebration bringing communities and families, authors and… Continue reading Pop Up Festival 2012