Prime Tattoo a Banana –

From Phil Hansen, Renowned Multimedia Artist Whose TED Talk Embrace The Shake Is Inspiring Individuals Around The World To Overcome Their Limitations And Express Themselves Creatively, Comes This Entertaining And Witty Guide To Turning Everyday Objects Into Art Using Items That Include A Piece Of Toast, A Plastic Bag, Or Even Just Your Own Fingerprints, This Fun And Captivating Guide Will Inspire You To Get CreativeWhether You Want To Jumpstart, Rediscover Or Further Your Creative Pursuits, This Book Will Help You Build Your Creative Muscles By Experimenting With The Unexpected Once You Tattoo A Banana, Print On Marshmallows, Or Mold A Mona Lisa Sugar Cookie, You Ll Definitely Be Curious About What Else Is Possible

10 thoughts on “Tattoo a Banana

  1. says:

    I would give this a 10 stars if that was possible This book was a game changer for me because it s like a children s book except that it s for adults I learned how to tattoo a banana and have done many of the creative projects within it I still love it after several years.

  2. says:

    The concept behind this is pretty cute Like the nominated t shirt book, I am one of those people who will get a kick out of trying all of these things personally and envious that someone beat me to writing a book about it The cover and title are so appealing that I think many people will pick it up, but not as many people will find it as entertaining as I do Most of these art ideas would go over well in a middle school classroom I am not convinced that it is a quick pick A NO vote for me.

  3. says:

    I think the art projects in this book were supposed to be quirky and interesting, but for some reason they just seemed plain strange or stupid to me I had absolutely no urge to tattoo my own banana Although I do know someone who did Plus the whole black and white thing and pictures that don t necessarily immediately follow their instructions just doesn t work that well.

  4. says:

    Excellent activity book with tons of projects for unruly teens Phil Hansen has a very inclusive approach to art and materials that is friendly to the teacher with a small budget Also, lots of templates are included.

  5. says:

    Creating art with food Toast Marshmallows Bananas Graham crackers Bake a giant cookie that looks like Mona Lisa Giggle worthy ideas for library programming with teens and kids, too, I suppose, but I m all about the teens.

  6. says:

    This book has some great ideas for using odd, everyday things as a basis for creating art However, I found it unattractive visually and so it lost my attention If there had been instances of colour photos showing the author s completed works, then I think I would have enjoyed it.

  7. says:

    excellent ideas for YA summer reading art programming

  8. says:

    Need ideas for art projects with the quickness Grab this book pronto Head to the grocery store, or even just your kitchen Open up this resource and let s go