A hilarious visual smorgasbord, this vibrant photo narrative offers a quiet, introspective look into life as a silent emoter. Replete with images of actor and mime artist Doug Jones shot against an array of artistic and real-world backdrops, this social commentary spoofs pop culture and fairy tale favorites. Witty photo parodies include Frank 'n mime, Marilyn Mime-roe, Mime-hammad Ali, Mime a Llama ding-dong, and Mimeageddon, as well as the "Once Upon a Mime" tales in which the big bad wolf gets bested in a series of mime encounters based on Little Red Miming Hood and the Three Little Pigs--poking fun at legendary personalities, characters, and moments while showcasing photographer Eric Curtis's trademark vision.
Publisher: Medallion Press
Number of pages: 200
Weight: 1064 g
Dimensions: 260 x 206 x 15 mm
"I found myself literally laughing at loud as I turned the pages and was left wanting to share the images instantly with others. . . . Looking for a fun time? Be sure to check out this book." --Mike Gencarelli, www.MediaMikes.com (January 2012)
""Mime Very Own Book" is a collection of full color photographs of vignettes . . . [presenting] a unique brand of humor using the style of the mime. . . . A worthy choice for art lovers who don't mind a bit of silence." --"Wisconsin Book Watch" (March 2012)
"I found myself literally laughing out loud as I turned the pages and was left wanting to share the images instantly with others. . . . Looking for a fun time? Be sure to check out this book." --Mike Gencarelli, www.MediaMikes.com (January 2012)