Introduction by Doris Day
Over 100 full color "one-liners" 96 pages, 10 3/4" x 8 1/4" Trade paperback
He's back, with more of the far side of fine art. Just when you think you've gotten the hang of identifying ducks with a field guide, you find yourself standing in front of a Will Bullas painting.
There's something funny going on around here and it's not just what Will Bullas paints, it's the pairing of madcap imagery and zingy one-line titles.
"A chimp in an English judge's wig stares down at a banana ("court of appeals...") a newborn chick dons catcher's protective gear ("fowl ball); and geese head down a trail into the wilderness ("back quackers...")in the whimsical animal paintings of a fool moon.... Each set of animals receives a bold one-color background against which Bullas sets up his chosen pun."