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Explore Dr. Seuss’ Creative Process: VIDEO

3 days agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

What type of creative process did Dr. Seuss use? In the video embedded above, Lynda Claassen talks about how the famous children’s books writer and artist created Green Eggs & Ham. Claassen, the director of the U.C. San Diego Special Collections & Archives, showcases several pieces that illustrates the development process for Seuss’ beloved story. What do you think?

Caption This Photo of the Enthusiasm of Michelle Obama

Caption this : U.S. first lady Michelle Obama greets local school children before reading a Dr. Seuss book to them in the East Room of the White House on January 21, 2015 in Washington, DC. As part of the 'Let's Read, Let's Move' initiative, the first lady read 'Oh The Things You Can Do That Are Good For You' and danced and exercised with the children. Read more...

Obama just summed up America's problems with a Dr. Seuss book

Barack Obama traded in his chair in the Oval Office for a tiny plastic seat in a classroom full of preschoolers. POTUS visited the Community Children's Center on Thursday in Lawrence, Kansas, to speak to 3-5 year-olds enrolled in an early education program. Show More Summary

How the Brilliant Dr. Seuss Created ‘Green Eggs and Ham’

Did you know that Green Eggs and Ham was written as the result of a bet that a man named Theodore Geisel (who would come to be known as Dr.Seuss) couldn’t write a complete book using only 50 words? Not only did he prove his naysayer wrong, but he went on to pen one of […] The post How the Brilliant Dr. Show More Summary

Doctor Who in the Style of Dr. Seuss

2 weeks agoOdd : Neatorama

DeviantART member DrFaustusAU has given us many pop icons drawn in the style of Dr. Seuss, like Cthulhu, Batman, and horror movie characters. Now we get thirteen Doctors from the Doctor Who universe drawn in the style of the other doctor, Dr. Suess! That’s the twelve that are numbered plus the War Doctor. Keep going for a better look at each individual Doctor.

How Dr. Seuss Created Green Eggs and Ham

2 weeks agoOdd : Neatorama

YouTube Link This video from the Fig. 1 series by the University of California lends insight on how celebrated children's author Theodor Seuss Geisel, also known as Dr. Seuss, created the beloved classic Green Eggs and Ham. -Via Juxtapoz

The Many Faces of a Time Lord: The Doctors Done Dr. Seuss Style [Geek Art]

Some fantastic illustrations of The Doctor done in the style of Dr. Seuss by Melbourne, Australia-based artist DrFaustusAU. Oh! The times and the spaces these Doctors have been! [Source: DrFaustusAU on Deviantart The post The Many Faces of a Time Lord: The Doctors Done Dr. Seuss Style [Geek Art] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.

Inside The Making Of Dr. Seuss's Green Eggs And Ham

I do not like green eggs and ham! I do not like them, Sam-I-Am! Did you know that Dr. Seuss wrote Green Eggs & Ham on a dare that he create a story out of just 50 different words? That and more fun facts are featured in this less than two-minute video from the University of California's Fig. Show More Summary

How Did Dr. Seuss Create Green Eggs And Ham?

Ever wondered what corner of Ted “Dr. Seuss” Geisel’s brain Green Eggs and Ham came from? As it turns out, it came from the part that takes dares. The iconic book was conceived after a dare to write a book containing 50 words or less (it comes in at 50 exactly). In this video, the [...]

POEM: The Gay Ending to Peter LaBarbera's Hateful Dr. Seuss Satire

'I do so like to kiss a man! Thank you! Thank you, Michael Sam!' read more

Wisdom from Dr. Seuss

ADHD & Marriage Weekly Tip - January 7, 2015 Quote of the Week “Oh the things you can find if you don’t stay behind.” - Dr. Seuss Wisdom from Dr. Seuss Red fish, blue fish, one fish…oh, wait, that’s the wrong story! How much fun was it to read Dr. Show More Summary

How Author Dr. Seuss Created the Classic 1960 Children’s Book ‘Green Eggs and Ham’

3 weeks agoOdd : Laughing Squid

In a recent episode of the web series Fig. 1, Lynda Claassen, director of Special Collections & Archives at the University of California, San Diego, presents pieces from the Dr. Seuss collection at the university’s Geisel Library and shows the process author and illustrator Theodore Geisel—better known as Dr. Seuss—went through to create his classic […]

Rapper Danny Brown is finding his inner Dr. Seuss

What do the author of "Oh, the Places You'll Go!" and the rapper known for his singles "Dip" and "Smokin & Drinkin" have in common? More than you might think, it turns out. In an interview with an Australian radio station, hip hop musician Danny Brown said he's working on a children's book...

Oh, the pills you’ll pop! Danny Brown writing Dr. Seuss-esque children’s book

The guy who wrote “Fucked pregnant bitch/ Save money on her abortion/ I feel like Billy Corgan/ In a church playing the organ” is now writing a children’s book inspired by both Dr. Seuss and his daughter. The guy is Danny Brown, renowned...Show More Summary

Danny Brown writing a children’s book in the style of Dr. Seuss

3 weeks agoOdd : Death and Taxes

"It's something for my daughter... I want it to be real Dr. Seuss-y... 'The Grinch,' 'Green Eggs and Ham,' and 'One Fish, Two Fish'—what was going on in that guy’s brain to be able to write those things?"

Dr. Seuss Does Horror

last monthOdd : Neatorama

DeviantART member DrFaustusAU does all sorts of inventive mashups, using different entertainment franchises and mimicking the styles of other artists. His impressions of Dr. Seuss are particularly good, which he demonstrates by showing Suess-style versions of The Silence of the Lambs, The Last of Us, and other horror movies and video games.

A spunky unloveliness in Patrick Nickell's creatures at Rosamund Felsen

Patrick Nickell’s new sculptures at Rosamund Felsen Gallery are pet-sized playthings: jungle gyms for the imagination that fuse Dr. Seuss goofiness with arts-and-crafts scrappiness to deliver loads more whimsy than their dimensions suggest.

Keith Morrison Does a Special Reading of ‘How the Grinch Stole Christmas’

“Dateline” correspondent Keith Morrison recorded a special reading of “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” and quite frankly, it’s awesome. Morrison’s dramatic rendition of the Dr. Seuss classic will get anyone in the holiday spirit. New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.

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