Djeco was founded by Veronique Michel-Dales in France in 1954. Her dream was to create educational toys and games that also looked beautiful and were fun to play with. In the 1980's Veronique's son Frederic took up the reins of the business and travelled the world looking for the best and most creative toys, games and puzzles he could bring back to France. Soon enough he began dreaming of toys that did not exist and started designing his own range of fun, creative and innovative products, which he now shares with the world.
Be inspired by one of the greats while learning new artistic skills. This set designed by Bex Parkins is a rub-on transfer activity that invites you to discover the style of the famous Henri Rousseau (1844-1910). Although self-taught, he came to be considered a great master of naive art, best known for his jungle scenes. Little by little, the assorted transfer images are added and layered to compose 4 designs representing wild animals hidden in a lush natural setting.
This set includes: