Twentyseven Toronto - Flowers for Things I Don't Know How to Say by Tucker Nichols
Twentyseven Toronto - Flowers for Things I Don't Know How to Say by Tucker Nichols
Twentyseven Toronto - Flowers for Things I Don't Know How to Say by Tucker Nichols
Twentyseven Toronto - Flowers for Things I Don't Know How to Say by Tucker Nichols
Twentyseven Toronto - Flowers for Things I Don't Know How to Say by Tucker Nichols
Twentyseven Toronto - Flowers for Things I Don't Know How to Say by Tucker Nichols
Twentyseven Toronto - Flowers for Things I Don't Know How to Say by Tucker Nichols

Flowers for Things I Don't Know How to Say

Flowers for Things I Don't Know How to Say

This unique gift book is a reminder that whatever someone may be going through, they always deserve flowers.
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When words fail us, we can always turn to flowers to show care and understanding. Like a floral arrangement in book form, this book, based on Tucker Nichols's popular project Flowers for Sick People, combines colorful paintings with poetic tributes to various human experiences. From small, ordinary moments to heroic acts, this book offers comfort and humor with dedications such as “Flowers for Hospital Cafeteria Cinnamon Bun Eaters,” “Flowers for Gut-Busting Laughter,” and “Flowers for Epic Fails.” Part relatable, part heartwarming and hilarious, this book is a balm for tough times and the loneliness they bring.

A featured project on PBS News Hour highlighted Tucker Nichols and his unique approach to spreading kindness and bringing people together during the lonely, isolating times of the pandemic. By collecting submissions of names and addresses of loved ones with illnesses, Nichols created and sent out original paintings of flowers to hundreds of individuals. This ongoing and evolving multimedia project, called Flowers for, celebrates the often unnoticed moments and experiences in life.

In addition to his various creative endeavors and health-related initiatives, Tucker Nichols also dabbles in sculpting and producing art for print. His pieces have graced the pages of McSweeney's, The New Yorker, and the op-ed section of the New York Times, as well as being displayed in medical facilities, art hubs, and prestigious galleries worldwide.
 
This lovely hardcover is like a bunch of blooms, a sweet gift not just during sickness, loneliness, and sorrow but when a loved one could use some encouragement or a fun surprise. Bursting with vibrant illustrations and lyrical writing that celebrates all the good in life—even when it's tough—this book can be given in thanks or comfort to family and friends or as a little pick-me-up for yourself.

Fans of Tucker Nichols and public art projects like Flowers for Sick People

People looking for uplifting encouragement and sympathy gifts

Friends and family experiencing chronic illnesses, grief, or depression

Anyone who could use some flowers and words of affirmation

Minimalist poetry lovers and fans of Rupi Kaur, Yung Pueblo, and Morgan Harper Nichols

Format: Hardcover

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