Minipops : Famous People Drawn Really Small: Books: Craig Robinson

Minipops : Famous People Drawn Really Small: Books: Craig Robinson

Welcome to the itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny, carefully constructed, pop-tastic, strangely addictive world of minipops from Craig Robinson's hit cult website, Flip Flop Flyin'. This is the definitive minipops collection: over 800 celebrities in all their pixellated glory. Any fan of popular culture will love poring through Robinson's ever-expanding army of miniature pixellated people (including international popstars, actors, comedians, and historical figures). Leaf through the pages and identify as many minipops as you can; should you get stuck, the answers appear in the back in Robinson's own inimitable, witty words.

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  • I'm a huge fan of Yohji Yamamoto, nice to finally get a glimpse behind the curtain.

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