Jack & The Giant

Weed Stalks

Concept by Marcus Dumas,

Illustrations by Imani Dumas

 

420 Chronicles presents Jack and the Giant Weed Stalks. This modern rendition is the story of a forty two year old man child named Jack that still lives at home with big momma. One day Jack ends up loosing his part time job at the ol grand White Castle and has to find another way to provide for him and his mother. Find out how Jack uses craigslist to make some extra cash with the whimsical illustrations of Imani Dumas. Explore her 2 dimensional creations through a social and political marijuana satire. 

2018/19

2017/18

Orange the Orangutan

by Mary e Parkinson (Author), Imani p Dumas (Illustrator)

 

When Orange invites her friends, Chomp and Green for lunch, she needs to go buy food. Orange shops for fruit at the grocery store. Will she find real fruit? Orange the Orangutan promotes plant-based nutrition for children with effervescent drawings and the musicality of delicious rhymes. The beautiful watercolor scenes and exciting rhymes make the concept of nutrition a fun melody to read aloud while teaching health and science. Written in response to the health care crisis and as part of a series that focuses on plant-based nutrition, this book will help children change the way they eat and support families in their evolution of nutrition.

Chomp the Chimpanzee

by Mary e Parkinson (Author), Imani p Dumas (Illustrator)

Even though it is a beautiful sunny day, the children sit listless in front of the television with no energy. Then Chomp the Chimpanzee and his two friends, Orange and Green, show up to make an amazing dinner from plants! Will the children have the energy to go out and play? Chomp the Chimpanzee is set in beautiful watercolor scenes using anapestic tetrameter rhyme making the concept of nutrition a fun melody to read aloud while teaching health and science. Written in response to the health care crisis and as a children’s companion to the adult book, “Evolve,” this book will help children change the way they eat and support families in their evolution of nutrition.

Orange Picks One Banana 

by Mary e Parkinson (Author), Imani p Dumas (Illustrator)

Orange picks and eats fruit from lots of different trees but only takes one banana. Will she know how to share the one banana? Orange Picks One Banana promotes plant-based nutrition for children through effervescent drawings and set to the musicality of delicious rhymes. This book is a must have for parents and educators who want to teach children about what they eat.The beautiful watercolor scenes and exciting rhyme make the concept of nutrition a fun melody to read aloud while teaching health and science. Written in response to the health care crisis and as part of a series that focuses on plant-based nutrition, this book will help children change the way they eat and support families in their evolution of nutrition. 

The Abhorrently

Rich Tales of

Fotterot & Feinpule

by Imani Dumas (Author & Illustrator)

Pacing through the confines of the mind, a single observer stops to take a look through the world that lay before them. Startled, the observer begins to slow down the pace of which time moves around their consciousness. Stuck within a reality created by choices, the observer reaches for in and stops to think. What brings the beating within the heart? The Mind? and what forms the soul. 

Based on a societal critique The Abhorrently Rich Tales of Fotterot & Fienpule present common questions of modern society in a epic and stunning form that captivates and bewilders all who lay eyes upon its observations. 

Perspective Concepts

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Book I - IV 

 

 

2018 CONCEPTS

ALL IMAGES ARE SUBJECT TO COPYRIGHT 2016 - 2020