Thomas Pavitte lives and works in Melbourne, Australia, where he’s been “making stuff” since 1985. The illustrator’s collection of impressive prints and commissioned pieces recently grew with the addition of Querkles, a “puzzling colour by numbers book.” The idea is similar to the paint by numbers that you’re used to in that there are circles with numbers inside of them that you have to do something to. Querkles is different because it uses overlapping circles and shading techniques like crosshatching to reveal the hidden face below. There are currently two Querkles books available with a third on the way in October.

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