Item description for City by Numbers by Stephen T. Johnson...
Overview Paintings of various sites around New York City--from a shadow on a building to a wrought-iron gate to the Brooklyn Bridge--depict the numbers from one to twenty-one. Reprint.
In the ideal follow-up to his stunning Caldecott Honor book "Alphabet City," Stephen T. Johnson turns his talents towards numbers. Wordless spreads featuring impressively photo-realistic paintings of New York City invite readers both young and old to search for the numbers zero through twenty-one hidden in the images. From a sweeping 4 found in the span of an urban bridge to the 13 of a faded crosswalk, this is an intriguing new way to think about numbers and the world around you.
Citations And Professional Reviews City by Numbers by Stephen T. Johnson has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Wilson Children's Catalog - 01/01/2006 page 910
Publishers Weekly - 07/28/2003
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.5" Width: 8.53" Height: 0.15" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Oct 24, 2014
ISBN 0140566368 ISBN13 9780140566369 UPC 051488006992
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More About Stephen T. Johnson
Stephen T. Johnson is a highly versatile American artist whose art spans a broad range of concepts, contexts and mediums including painting, collage, drawing, sculpture and installations and can be seen in museum and gallery exhibitions, public art commissions, and through his original award-winning children's books. Much of Johnson's work is characterized by an interest in the alphabet and language, which began with his book Alphabet City, a Caldecott Honor and New York Times Best Illustrated Book of the Year. His most recent engagement with the alphabet is his ongoing series of "literal abstractions" which are the subject of his book A is for Art: An Abstract Alphabet, also a New York Times Best Illustrated Book of the Year, and featured in several solo museum and gallery exhibitions. Johnson's drawings and paintings are in numerous private and permanent collections, including the National Portrait Gallery at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C. and the New Britain Museum of Art, Connecticut. Solo exhibitions of his work have been featured at the Memorial Art Gallery at the University of Rochester, New York; the Katonah Museum of Art, New York; and the Spencer Museum of Art at the University of Kansas. Among his public art is a large mosaic mural at the DeKalb Avenue subway station in Brooklyn, New York and a 58-foot long mural at the Universal City Metro Station in North Hollywood, California. Learn more about Stephen at www.stephentjohnson.com.
Stephen T. Johnson currently resides in Lawrence, in the state of Kansas.
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Reviews - What do customers think about City by Numbers?
Steven Johnson Takes Children's Books to a Whole New Level Aug 4, 2005
This book should be a delight to both children and adults. The artwork is sohpisticated, beautifully rendered and subtle. The numbers are hidden in the reality of each scene. He could have manipulated these images so that the numbers would be more obvious but he lets the viewer see them in their own time. Excellent book for teaching children about numbers, art and the poetry of combining the two.
the most creatively educational children's book on the marke Dec 25, 1998
Stephen Johnson is by far the most creative artist/illustrator of educational children's books alive. He not only makes learning fun in Alphabet City and City by Numbers, but shows his remarkable talent as an artist. His illustrations, for lack of a better word, are flawless as can be seen clearly in the originals. He does not bring the book down to a child's level, but teaches them to appreciate art and learning at his level. He is completely remarkable and shows that it is rewarding to major in fine arts in college even if you wish to be an illustrator. No illustrator could produce the quality work that he has produced. Definitely buy this book. You will not be disappointed.