Sammy Screamer

Suzy Snooze

Benjamin Brush

Tony Tempa

Lily Loco

Hungry Henry

Andy Cam

Tommy Time

We bring you a regular little round up of cool things we've seen on the internet we think you might like. You know, just to keep you in the loop...

First up, BleepBleeps favourites Anna Whitehouse and Matt Farquharson aka Mother Pukka and Papa Pukka have only gone and written a blinkin' parenting book together! Anna says, "This book is for people who happen to be parents (and those who might be soon) with a massive chunk on how to push for flexible working in a country that needs to wake up to the fact that parents are people too... Two perspectives, one parental journey with an aim to make you laugh more than you cry." Count us in. 'Parenting The Sh*t Out Of Life' is published by Hodder Books and hits the shelves on 7th September - but you can pre-order your copy here and now! 

Did you know that our pals at Studio Anorak designed a crazy-happy little sticker app for iPhone? Well, they DID! It's called Happy Stickers and you can find it in iTunes. If you and your kids want to add a burst of cheery cartoonish bonkersness to your photos, Happy Stickers is just the ticket! (Also - it's addictive. Be careful). 

We've been enjoying Richard Caldicott's artwork via his super-colourful Instagram feed for months and months and months. But, just the other day, Richard shared a series of 'paper reliefs' - and we just about lost our minds with the joy of it. You can see a couple here, but you must follow Richard on Instagram to keep up your daily dose of abstract patterns and jazzy geometric compositions. As it happens, he is currently exhibiting work at the Alice Black Gallery in London. The exhibition, 'Static Kinetic' is on until 29th July. 

 

SOURCES

Mother Pukka

Parenting The Sh*t Out Of Life (Pre-Order)

Studio Anorak

Happy Stickers App

Richard Caldicott

Alice Black Gallery

 

 

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