The initial challenge of this book was presented by two different artists at the same time. They both came to me with a seperate challenge: one for unicorns, entitled #junicorn, the other for robots, entitled #robojune.
I was dumbfounded at first, so I quickly went to ask Ashley Webb what I should do. She looked up from her writing and simply said, "Do both."
I was dumbfounded by the simple response and almost immediately something sparked. I set to work on a daily task of making a robot unicorn - the samurai aesthetic just crept it's way in there naturally.
The book itself is extremely durable, with a heavy card stock cover, and vellum Bristol pages inside. What this means for you is that you can color inside the book itself without risk of bleeding through the pages behind or in front of.
On top of that, the illustrations are preluded by a fully-realized short story by Ashley Webb.
The artwork was originally created in inks, with the front cover being digitally painted.
On top of that, each one comes hand-signed, by both the artist and writer and is ready to ship to you immediately.