To make sure that all readers understand, this is the type of book that is meant to be cut up, taken apart, etc.
His artistic and imaginative capabilities shine through his craft or hobby book, "Tattoo A Banana and Other Ways to Turn Anything and Everything into Art."
Makes a great gift to a family with kids because they can make fun things with otherwise mundane objects and broaden their horizons on what "art" can be.
Great book for great ideas on how to look at the ordinary and make it extraordinary. Highly recommendedPublished 2 months ago by Savuti
I thought it would be more kid friendly (13 year old) but she just looked at it once and it did not intrigue her.Published 13 months ago by mast2
A fun, easy, and zany approach to daily creativity using things around the house. Can't think of a better way to engage my kids (or my own inner child!). Read morePublished 14 months ago by V. Lovelace
Not very useful to me, kinda silly book and no color images. I'll give it away to the local library I guess.Published 16 months ago by Printmaker
I am planning on using several of Phils ideas during a summer art camp. Next year I'll use the ideas in my art class.Published 19 months ago by J. Bliss
My grandson loves this book ; I gave itto him at Christmas and he did tattoo a banana. He is very creative and I knew this book was for him.Published on January 23, 2013 by Sally W. Worthington