Biscuit Bear is the latest, madcap offering from children’s author and illustrator Mini Grey. A hunger-inducing blend of artwork, photography, digital imagery and ‘animated’ typefaces tell the story of a freshly baked bear who escapes to biscuit utopia – the display window at local bakery The Golden Bun. Designed by Random House senior designer Ness Wood, Biscuit Bear is available from 4 April.
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The AI research team now forms part of Google’s Beijing office, and will be working with the tech company’s engineering teams.
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