Ever wonder what your dachshund, bulldog, great dane, or tabby cat are *really* thinking? Wonder no more, because artist and comedian Christopher Rozzi has channeled the innermost thoughts of canines and felines (along with the occasional rabbit or robot) and painted their portraits with great affection and humor.
Garnering attention and raves from Flavorwire, Laughing Squid, Fab.com, and elsewhere, Tiny Confessions has attracted a growing fan base among pet lovers, art lovers, and anyone with a good sense of humor.
In this endearing and very funny collection of color portraits, candid pets will reveal insights including:
"What you see as dancing is just me desperately scrambling to earn ham."
"That mess I made is my way of thanking you for my awesome name."
"I forgot where I buried that thing that you loved."
|Publisher:||Penguin Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||5.60(w) x 7.60(h) x 0.50(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Christopher Rozzi is an artist, writer, and comedian living in New York City.
What People are Saying About This
"Christopher Rozzi's Tiny Confessions is sort of like Post Secret for monsters, pets, and pop culture icons."
"In his spot-on illustrations revealing the inner musings and reflections of our canine pals, Rozzi offers a very funny proposal of what’s going on behind that inscrutable, fuzzy visage—and in the process captures something very true and revealing of our relationships with our dogs....We confess: We're charmed."
—Modern Dog Magazine
"Delightful....Seriously, snap yours up before we buy him out."
"Some are more hilarious... some are more sweet.... But they're all really clever."
—Linda Holmes, NPR's Monkey See blog
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book is so charming and hilarious! I've followed Tiny Confessions online and purchased the prints through their Etsy store and was SO EXCITED to hear there would be a book! The paintings are wonderful and the confessions are dead on - specific to each breed/character and so funny. It will leave you smiling every time you pick it up!
The first layer of clouds. A place where kits can play safely, also where the nursery and apprentice den are located. There are gaps occasionally for kits to practice flying.