Jed Mattes, Theodor Seuss Geisel’s literary agent from 1974 to 1989, said of him: “Ted was never mean—wicked, yes; but never mean. He was a courteous man of enormous grace and great dignity, and he cut any appearance of pomposity with a magic dose of mischief.”
It’s that “magic dose of mischief” that we celebrate with the release of Greenish Cat on Pinkish Pot and Pinkish Cat on Greenish Pot.
This pair fully embodies the Seussian tenets of fun, curiosity, and irreverence. They are a visual metaphor for The Secret Art of Dr. Seuss Collection as a whole, taking us behind the scenes of Ted’s artistic life and into his world of grown-up play with a bold, direct, and charming use of The Cat. For all these reasons, this pair presents an iconic Seussian twosome.
Introducing... Greenish Cat on Pinkish Pot Pinkish Cat on Greenish Pot