The Book of Wildergorn: GIANT A3-Sized, Gloss-Hardback.

THE LAST WORD IN COLOURING BOOKS!

 

THE BOOK OF WILDERGORN is a majestic, sofa-friendly A3 size (17" x 14" approx.) and for ease of use, the silver wire binding allows it to fold right back on itself like a sketchbook.

With tough, gloss laminated covers, an inherent glorious red satin bookmark, and 32 colouring pages printed on a beautiful high quality card, the book is perfect for colouring with felt-tips, gel pens, brush pens, bottled inks and brushes, watercolours, coloured pencils or just about anything you like. 

The pages are double-sided and we have carefully tested and selected a beautiful 300gsm uncoated card which is thick enough to prevent most types of ink from bleeding through. To be on the safe side, we have included a blank page at the end of the book where markers can be tested before you set out in earnest! 

 

A LABOUR OF LOVE! 

 

Exquisitely printed and bound in England by Hartgraph of Amersham, each book, including a complimentary set of six Wildergorn Postercards, is signed by Jamie then carefully threaded with a integral red satin bookmark, gift wrapped by hand and packed inside a rigid cardboard, fold-over box to ensure that it reaches you safely. All deliveries are tracked and all materials are recyclable.

A beautiful creative gift - we’d be delighted to add a card with a printed message from you to your loved one.

The Book of Wildergorn: GIANT A3-Sized, Gloss-Hardback.

£32.50Price
  • “Dear fellow explorer, 

    Should you be tempted to embark on this great adventure, I have made some observations to help explain the sometimes unfathomable scenes. I have also drawn and marked a map to guide your way to the places where the drawings were made.  There you may, with instruments of your choice, record the true colours of Wildergorn and make this journal at last complete.”

    Jamie Courtier

     

    If you've ever wanted to escape to another world then now's the time! THE BOOK OF WILDERGORN brings together all of the scenes recorded by Jamie Courtier during his expeditions to Wildergorn, along with handwritten notes to explain the often mystifying goings-on. 

    Can you be tempted to set out on your own voyage of discovery to capture the colours of the mysterious and mesmerising world of Wildergorn?