Amazing Everything (Hardcover)
The Art of Scott C.
Insight Editions, 9781608870479, 128pp.
Publication Date: October 25, 2011
About the Author
Praise For Amazing Everything: The Art of Scott C.…
Scott Campbell really is some kind of genius.”
~ Mike Mignola, creator of Hellboy
The best thing about Scott’s work is that it’s so damn cute, clever, and funny! It’s the perfect combination of whimsy and weird that make these adorable little scenes play out with such witty and awkward social commentary.”
~ Tara McPherson, artist
I tried to pull together the essence of Scott C. once, to make a perfume called Essence of Scott C.’ I mixed together extreme pleasantness, enthusiasm for beverages and other things, and a dash of somber, far-away looks. It smelled terrible. Amazing Everything does it much better.”
~ Tim Schafer, president of Double Fine Productions
Amazing Everything should be put into a time capsule and shot into outer space for Martians to discover and understand American pop culture. Scott Campbell is our ambassador to geeky awesomeness.”
~ Sanjay Patel, artist and supervising animator at Pixar Animation Studios
"I think Scott C is some sort of magical time traveler. He is seemingly able to instantly revisit those childhood days of effortlessly filling up sheets of paper with endless armies of little characters living out their little lives in their little worlds. To know Scott C's work is to know Scott C -- each carefree brushstroke is infused with joy, optimism, and the spirit of having a good time with your pals."
~ John Martz, DRAWN!
Art for me is about how it makes you feel. And Scott C's art just makes me friggin happy. Like, hurt your cheeks from smiling happy. AMAZING EVERYTHING is a big ol' book of pure, unfettered, goddamn merriment.”
~ Scott Mosier, SModcast, Clerks, etc.
"Scott C. makes art so pleasant and engaging that you feel right at home in the scenes he creates, and you're really happy to be there too. He can paint these entire worlds he's put together in his mind, they're amazing and vibrant and full of life. For some people, building worlds in their head can seem like an insular exercise, but Scott may as well paint a great big welcome mat inviting you in."
~ Kate Beaton, Hark! A Vagrant