Join Augustus Crabtree — hoarder . . . er, collector extraordinare — on an epic housewide quest to find his teeth. Where could those pesky teeth be hiding? Are they leaning against one of the 18 hats and helmets? Flying around with the 127 fireflies? Tucked away in the roomful of best-loved yellow objects? They've gotta be somewhere . . . Lost Teeth — a whimsical and witty debut from artists and brothers Jon & Tucker Nichols — will nestle nicely between the Richard Scarry books and "Where's Waldo" on any overstuffed bookshelf. Bonus good news for busy parents: this book also makes a delightful addition to your favorite messy pile.
About the Author
Tucker Nichols has had recent solo shows at ZieherSmith Gallery in New York, Gallery 16 in San Francisco, and the Kunstpanorama in Luzern, Switzerland. His work has been featured at the Drawing Center and John Connelly Presents in New York, Den Frie Museum in Copenhagen and the 2010 California Biennial at the Orange County Museum of Art. His drawings have been published in McSweeney's, J&L Books, The Thing, Nieves Books and the Op-Ed pages of The New York Times. Recent residencies include Headlands Center for the Arts, Acadia Summer Arts Program, and the deYoung Museum in San Francisco.
Praise for Crabtree…
"SCREEN DOORS & STORM WINDOWSFIELD GUIDE TO LICHENTANGO!PACK THE WAGONOPERATING YOUR NEW ELECTRIC TYPEWRITERYELLOW THINGSFINDING LOST TEETH . . .BOOKS FROM MY BEDSIDE TABLE" from the book