Children’s book author Mark Bailey met designers Clifford Selbert and Robin Perkins on (of all places) a playground. No, they weren’t hanging from the monkey bars. But their children were. Bailey liked words. Selbert and Perkins liked images. The perfect tiny headed partnership was born.
What is so great about fitting in? Isn’t it is much more fun to be different?
Well, our tiny headed animals are different. They have tiny heads. And they are for people who feel different too. Our mission (if that’s what you want to call it) is this:
Come to the Tiny Headed Kingdom. In the Kingdom, we get to be different together. Not only is it more fun, it’s a lot easier. You don’t have to change, hide or pretend — you just have to show up.