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Mouse Olympics

The Mouse Olympics tend to be a very private affair which is only rarely seen

Two Bad Mice Publishers (www.twobadmice.com) have set up a newsfeed and website to supply the growing public interest in the West Wales Olympics.

It all started after the owner of Lampeter House discovered that mice in his garden were staging an Olympiad. Every day there are new events, from wrestling and weight-lifting to gymnastics and swimming, which have been beautifully illustrated by the publisher's resident artist Julian Williams who is watching the games from behind the curtains of a window overlooking the garden.

The drawings are a summary of the main events of the day and are posted on the web blog www.mouseolympics2012.blogspot.co.uk
There is also a musical slide show at www.mouseolympics.com

Two Bad Mice's Julian Williams said: "Mice are shy animals, otherwise they get eaten. That is why at the Mouse Olympics there is no big opening ceremony and no large crowds. The Mouse Olympics tend to be a very private affair which is only rarely seen."

Subscribers to the newsfeed (send an email to julian@drawingandIllusion.com) receive a daily email with the drawing and stories of the day.

For more pictures and information contact Julian Williams at julian@hisprivatemail.com or call 01834 869380

Two Bad Mice publish cards, stationery and gifts illustrated by contemporary artists.

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