While you ve been stuck on your screen, your life skills have been dwindling. And now the digital apocalypse is nearly upon us. If you don t know how to swim, then it s probably best that you learn soon my friend. The ice caps are a-melting as the global temperature is set to rise by four degrees by the end of the century (that’s loads). This book can’t help you with the immense amount of water that will be flowing towards your face at some point in the nearish future, or your lack of creative caveman skills, but it might be able to help you answer other questions such as: How do I tell the time without looking at my phone? What transferrable skills have we learned from internet shopping? How do you meet people without swiping right or left? How do you show emotion without emojis? What is a postcard? Why does reading a real book feel so good? AUTHOR: Lucy Irving is an artist, illustrator and storyteller, living and working in Brighton, England, who is best known for her bold and graphic work in digital and sculptural form. She has a playful and mindful interest in the world around her especially the juxtaposition of nature and technology that encourages her artistic pursuits. Her previous books include the Creative Space Journal and Exercise Your Demons (Ammonite Press).
|Dimensions||140 × 200 mm|