Fear of heights, fear of spiders, fear of flying, fear of death--everyone is afraid of something. And these pop-ups place you in the hot seat--whether it's the dentist's chair as the drill comes spinning toward you; looking over the edge of a skyscraper whose sheer face plummets thousands of feet to the sidewalk far below; or the window seat of a plane as the oxygen mask deploys, your drink spills, and the horizon line shifts to an angle that is suddenly, terribly wrong . . .
Brought to life by outrageously macabre artwork and startlingly innovative pop-ups,The Pop-up Book of Phobiasis an engineering marvel and cult classic in the making--an offbeat holiday treasure sure to become this season's most talked-about gift book.
Author: Gary Greenberg
About the Author
Gary Greenberg is a stand-up comic and writer based in Manhattan. His written work has been produced by Comedy Central's The Daily Show and Stand-Up, Stand-Up, and he has written for USA Network's Up All Night. His first book, Self-Helpless, was published in April of 1999.
Balvis Rubess is an illustrator living in Toronto. He has worked withHarper's, theChicago Tribune, Yahoo!, McDonald's, Coke, Pepsi, Nestle's, and many others.
Matthew Reinhardt is a paper sculptor and model maker who has created three-dimensional work for Nickelodeon's Blue's Clues, Scholastic, and Simon & Schuster. He is a partner in Librum Artifex, the company that produced the acclaimed pop-up booksTutankhamen's Gift(aNew York Times Book ReviewBest Book of the Year) andThe Christmas Alphabet.