Synopses & Reviews
Truly nutty ideas never die. They just lie in wait to come back when you least expect it. Exactly twenty years ago, those two wacky books of nasal disguises, Nose Masks I and Nose Masks II, appeared and America seemed to inhale them. There were nose mask parties, celebrities wearing nose masks, nose masks in parades. Today, like the Beetle, the yo-yo, and aviator shades, they're back. Return of the Nose Masks is wackiness for a whole new generation of grown-ups, children, and grown-ups with an inner child. Created by the original nose mask auteur, Rick Meyerowitz, here are 150 original costumes for the nose. Printed in four-color and perforated, there is the Fat Cat, Cooool Cat, and Cocktail Cat. Lawrence and Lenore of Arabia. The Velvet Frog. Nefertootsie and the Tut Mask. The three freedoms--Freedom to Sing, Freedom to Dance, Freedom to Shop. Holiday nose masks, underwater nose masks, career noses masks, modern art nose masks. There are little square nose masks and big vertical nose masks. Mustache nose masks, nose ring nose masks, and the Big Tongue page. Even the Buddha, for that mood of spiritual longing. The nose masks come with instructions for any-size nose on any-age face. The fit is snug, and the look is just right. Ships in time for Halloween.
Created by the original nose mask designer, here are 150 original costumes for the nose. Printed in full-color and perforated, these nose masks come with instructions for any size nose on any age face.
Silly and Serious Nasal Disguises
Rick Meyerowitz, renowned Schnozzologist, created the original Nose Mask craze 20 years ago with his classic books, Nose Masks I and Nose Masks II. Now the nose mask is back! Get ready to spruce up your honker with 160 inspired and wacky new designs guaranteed to put a smile under the sniffers of a whole new generation. And that is nothing to sneeze at.
3 STEPS TO WEARING A NOSE MASK
1. Gently fold mask down center
2. Tear a hole (not too wide). Start with a small hole. You can always make it larger.
3. Place securely on nose.
About the Author
Rick Meyerowitz would like to use this space--usually reserved for important biographical information--to offer a bit of advice: "Nose Masks are for wearing. You are supposed to tear up this book. If for some reason you wish to keep it intact, buy two!