"Anybody could do this! You could show off the design you put on the banana and then eat it!"- Right This Minute TV Show
"Eye-catching creations!" - Huffington Post
"You know what's really cool? Bananas with tattoos." - LA Weekly
"He works so far out-of-the-box that there is not even a box!" - Wired's GeekDad
"As the fruit naturally browns, his designs magically appear. Crazy, right?" - Flavorwire
"Who doesn't want to do this or try this at home!" - Fox 9 Morning News
"Pretty incredible art." - That's Nerdalicious!
—The Huffington Post
"You know what's really cool? Bananas with tattoos."
"Who doesn't want to do this or try this at home!"
—Fox 9 Morning News
"Anybody could do this! You could show off the design you put on the banana and then eat it!"
—Right This Minute TV Show
"As the fruit naturally browns, his designs magically appear. Crazy, right?"
"Pretty incredible art."
"Brings the art to life."
From the Back Cover
Get ready to get creative...
Opening this book is like exploring your home with multimedia artist and YouTube sensation Phil Hansen, known for his eclectic use of artistic media: matchsticks, dandelion puffs, bandages, foot prints, his own torso... Now he shares his wildly creative approach, and show us all how to make art anywhere, anytime.
Part handbook and part manifesto, this engaging, inspiring, and downright entertaining book takes us inside the mind of a groundbreaking artist - and encourages us to create, reimagine, and make something out of (almost) nothing.
More About the Author
Phil Hansen is an internationally recognized multimedia artist who works at the intersection of traditional visual art, pointillism, and offbeat techniques, using media that connect to the subject matter, such as karate chops, tricycle wheel imprints, burger grease, and worms. His work has been featured on the Discovery Channel, Oops TV England, Good Morning Japan, Clips Mania Germany, CNN, CBS, Good Morning America, the Rachael Ray Show, Dr. Phil, and many other media venues. For Phil's art, visit philinthecircle.com.
In addition to his book Tattoo A Banana, Phil recently started a Web Series Phil in the Whaaat (PITW), showing everyday creativity projects for anyone who wants to strengthen their creative muscles through a supportive community. For more creativity, visit PITW.com.