Looking at Daniel Frost's illustrations is like looking at the work of a French illustrator in some way. Perhaps it's the way the whimsical characters seem to zoom past, narrowly missing each other in their simplified but busy world that feels reminiscent of a Jacques Tati film.
However Frost's work manages to inhabit any setting he chooses; be it his award winning version of Gulliver's Travels, in which the characters traverse to the four different islands, represented by four different books. Or the wacky, wiggly world of Frostville; a town of Frost's imagination that is the location for the chaotic caper of a boy and his dog, the subject of Frost's first children's book, Atop A Hill in Frostville.
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