Ted Geisel wrote and illustrated 44 books for children under the name Dr. Seuss, with visuals now recognised as works of art in their own right. In fact, you can buy limited edition prints of some of the most memorable and iconographic images from Seuss’s career.
The majority have been reproduced using hand-pulled lithography, a “low-tech” method where printers faithfully recreate Seuss’s original works by individually drawing and/or separating each colour, then mixing and printing them one at a time via a plate or stone lithograph press. The process can take up to three months to create each individual print
Check out the Dr Seuss Art website for the full range of prints, including this Turtle Tower image, which retails for $425 (around £220) unframed and comes with a certificate of authenticity.