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The Museum of Lost Wonder Book
A.Visual History of the Human Imagination
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The Museum of Lost Wonder is a book that exists to illuminate life’s mysteries. In the context of exhibits in a fictional museum, Jeff Hoke has created a world of beautiful drawings, historical tidbits, thoughtful challenges to common myths, and projects you can pursue at home.

Explore the Museum’s seven exhibit halls to learn how people have attempted to make sense of life. When you’re ready to try it for yourself, cut out and build the model kits that accompany each hall.

Codex of creativity

Lost Wonder Activity Folios NEW!

Each activity folio explores different aspects of creativity through art, history, and science. They're chock- full of thoughtful excercises that are sure to entertain as well as enlighten.

Every edition contains an exquisitely illustrated monograph, and a Do-It-Yourself model, with an engaging instructional booklet, all nestled in a handsome leatherette binder.

Lost Wonder Models
Originally printed as fold-out models in the book, these objects of wonder are now available as deluxe model kits.

These Lost Wonder Models are printed on heavy fiberstock without the annoying fold. Ready to cut, and assemble, each kit comes complete with a special instructional booklet and all necessary accessories not found in the book.

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Lost Wonder Prints
These 10 beautiful views take you on a tour of the Museum of Lost Wonder. Each of the Museum's exhibit halls is a museum unto itself, based on the concepts of alchemy. Now you can take part of the Museum of Lost Wonder home with you! Each full-color print is a reproduction of an original painting and is printed on sturdy archival coverstock.








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Guide to Lost Wonder ............ .. . .. . . . .
Limited Collector's Edition

The original emanation of the Museum
The Guide to Lost Wonder is the activity booklet for the Museum of Lost Wonder, a place where people can go to ponder life's big questions. Each 12-page issue is beautifully illustrated, with plenty of experiments to try at home.

Issues 1-5 of the Guide come with do-it-yourself models to cut out and paste together.