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Teachers have been amazed how engrossed children become when given Colour Buddy to do and how well they interact with their peers and siblings

A new phenomenon has just hit the unsuspecting world of art, craft and education. Unconventional artist Mike Harman has just launched his Colour Buddy concept, an exciting new range of artwork that has been born from Mike’s intricate Imagination Pictures that he conceived 12 years ago. You can see it at www.colourbuddy.co.uk.

Colour Buddy is a range of pictures and games reflecting Mike’s art form. It’s fun for everyone to get involved and can be used as an educational tool both for adults and children. Colour Buddy can help with concentration, behaviour, memory skills, hand-eye co-ordination and team building.

“Teachers have been amazed how engrossed children become when given Colour Buddy to do and how well they interact with their peers and siblings,” says Michael. “I found through surfing the internet and doing library research that the brain reacts positively to all these types of games and pastimes and could be of benefit to all age groups.

“I therefore designed Colour Buddy so that once children and adults found their way around the different pictures and games, the pictures could then be coloured in according to what the player had seen or found. As everyone has a different interpretation of the images that they see, they colour them in using their own unique style.”

Each Colour Buddy poster game is a challenge, different for each player and with new product ideas in the pipeline, such as the Colour Buddy Cube, there’s plenty to occupy your imagination as well as your hands and eyes creating your own unique colour buddy picture. It really gives you something to talk about too.

“Colour Buddy exercises the mind, helps with memory skills and most of all is fun for all the family,” concludes Mike.

Visit www.colourbuddy.co.uk now to find out more and see for yourself.

For more information, contact Sue Hinton at DSH PR on 01252 408820 or email sue@dshpr.co.uk

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