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Phil Hansen Shows Us How to Tattoo A Banana In His New Book.




Tattoo A Banana, by multimedia artist Phil Hansen, is a simple and fun guide to creating art with anything at hand - like a piece of toast, your own fingerprints, or a stack of marshmallows - showing everyday creativity with unconventional techniques. Whether you want to jumpstart, rediscover or further your creativity, this book is great for anyone who wants to experiment with a variety of nontraditional creative processes.






You can pre-order the book now on amazon.



Once you tattoo a banana, print on marshmallows or make a Mona Lisa sugar cookie, you'll be curious about what else is possible.

Phil Hansen is a 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, Japanese TBS, Clips Mania Germany, CNN, CBS, Good Morning America, the Rachael Ray Show, Dr. Phil, and many other media venues. As a commercial artist, he has worked with clients that include Grammy’s, Skype, Diesel, Arby's, Merck, Ripley’s Believe it or Not Museum, and dozens of other large and small companies.

For more creativity, visit tattooabanana.com.

Check out his art site: philinthecircle.com

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