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09.13.17

Coda

It’s been four years since the last post on Wandermonster.com. The reason is simple and was always inevitable: the kid grew up. He’s in high school now, taller than me, and his lunchboxes are long retired. His art and storytelling are wonderful, and he works hard at both.

Eventually I’d like to publish the Lunch Posts as a book. For now, please take a look at our archive. The brief video intro explains it all. Feel free to comment or send me an email at studio <at> robkimmeldesign.com.

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08.05.13

Camp Post: The Ogre’s Toenail… [before and after]

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07.30.13

Camp Post: Grafitti [before & after]

Screen shot 2013-07-30 at 11.38.27 AM

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07.29.13

Camp Post REVERSE Post #1: Santa’s Fave Shirt

Too cool. Ben left ME a Camp Post to do while he was gone.

Screen shot 2013-07-29 at 1.56.50 PM

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Camp Post #2: The perfect mud…

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07.25.13

Camp Post#1: Monster’s Birthday Feast

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Yeah, it’s been a long while since we posted here at Wandermonster. The truth is fourth grade lunch is a party… more…

03.20.13

Reverse Lunch Post: The Tooth Yeti…[after]

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Reverse Lunch Post: The Grumpy Devil Hated Origami Because… [after]

Screen shot 2013-03-20 at 10.30.50 AM

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Adventure Lab class…

I’ve been wanting to teach a class like this for ages, and now I have the opportunity. more…

03.18.13

Wandermonster in Natural Child World magazine

Natural Child WorldWandermonster has a couple of spreads in the latest issue of Natural Child World magazine (the Dirty Issue!), including some full-page “before” Lunch Posts you can do yourself. I say a few words about us and our project, and a bit of my usual thoughts on creative parenting and the involvement of dads. Check it out.

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