The Secret Art of Dr. Seuss

Rarely exhibited work from the children's book author and illustrator.
  1. "Fooling Nobody" | watercolor on board
  2. "Booby Trap" | pen & ink, pencil on board
    His publisher's like, "Right, but is this on brand?"
  3. "Knotty Problem of Capitol" | pen & ink
    Not so secret, actually. This was published in PM Magazine, 1942. Couldn't this be in The New Yorker right now?
  4. "Freebird" | oil on canvas
  5. "Martini Bird" | watercolor on board
    WE'RE ALL JUST MARTINI BIRDS IN THIS LIFE
  6. "Manly Art of Self-Defense" | watercolor on board
    Troll so hard.
  7. "Self-Portrait of the Artist Worrying About His Next Book" | pen & ink, whiteout, and oil pastel on board
    Fav 💯
  8. The originals aren't selling for anything less than the blood of your firstborn, but you can buy silk-screen prints at authorized Dr. Seuss galleries. There's a list at drseussart.com