By Rae Joan of Otto and Oliv, Edited by Paul Stevens-Fulbrook.
Otto and Oliv grew from a beach-day conversation between a group of parents who were struggling to find playroom artwork. From this, our illustrations always aim to compliment interiors, have educational value & of course appeal to small people!
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We break down long names of prehistoric creatures into syllables to help support new readers and include name origins (which are often Latin or Greek) to encourage the all important ‘why?’ question.
We feel this makes our prints the perfect addition to any bedroom, playroom or school-room and hope you to too. Accuracy is important to us!
Our illustrations of prehistoric creatures are designed using fossils as reference (and the most up-to-date scientific information we can find) to help inform important details such as posture.
About Rae Joan or Otto and Oliv.
Illustrator/founder of Otto and Oliv, Rae Joan has previously worked as a teacher, photographer and designer. She’s a proud life-long natural history geek whose design inspirations include Japanese kawaii, 1950’s tinplate and penny toys & Sylvanian Families, with a smattering of Scandinavian influence from her partners native Norway.
Comments from TeacherOfSci:
I think these illustrations would be fantastic in a classroom setting; they are sure to increase engagement and help create a fun thriving classroom.
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