Martin Handford's earliest influences were cinema epics and playing with toy soldiers, and at art college he loved to draw busy, militarily correct battle scenes. Each picture in his Where's Wally? books takes him months to draw. "As I work my way through a picture, I add Wally when I come to what I feel is a good place to hide him," he says.
Deservedly famous and well-loved. * Waterstones Magazine *
These mini books are perfect where luggage space is limited, and the search for Wally should be harder than ever because the whole thing is so damned small. * The Oxford Times *
Hours of eye-boggling entertainment. * The Mail on Sunday *