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Even More Outrageous Celebrity Meltdowns
Pop-Up Parodies of Your Favorite Stars
Pop-Ups by Kees Moerbeek
Illustrations by Mick Coulas
Written by Heather Havrilesky
Fast on the heels of the wildly popular Pop-Up Book of Celebrity Meltdowns comes its equally raucous, irreverent sequel, Even More Outrageous Celebrity Meltdowns.
The book presents nine new examples of celebrity behavior gone horribly, horribly wrong, including Mel Gibson’s drunken, anti-Semitic tirade, Nicole Richie’s intoxicated drive down the L.A. Freeway heading in the wrong direction, and Britney Spears caught driving with her baby in her lap, as well as six other hilarious depictions of insane celebrity antics.
Kees Moerbeek has designed more than 50 pop-up titles that have sold over seven million copies worldwide. In addition to the Neiman Marcus Pop-Up Book and Even More Outrageous Celebrity Meltdowns, his work includes Melcher Media’s The Pop-Up Book of Sex, Stephen King’s The Girl who loved Tom Gordon, Alfred Hitchock: The Master of Suspense, and Raggedy Ann and Andy and the Camel with the Wrinkled Knees. Moerbeek studied graphic design at the art school in Arnhem, The Netherlands, and works as a full-time paper engineer and illustrator. He lives in The Netherlands with his wife, the book designer and sculptor Carla Dijs.
Illustrator Mick Coulas spoofed celebrities for the original award-winning Pop-Up Book of Celebrity Meltdowns. Mick has contributed his farcical illustrations to Barron’s, the Wall Street Journal, the Chicago Tribune, Grammy magazine, and Mad magazine, among many others. See more of his work at www.revel-ink.com.
Writer Heather Havrilesky is the TV critic for Salon.com. She co-created Filler, a popular cartoon on Suck.com, with illustrator Terry Colon. Her writing has appeared in New York magazine, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, and NPR’s All Things Considered. She also maintains the Rabbit Blog.