LANHAM, MD.- Roman and Littlefield recently published Holly Crawford’s 'Attached to the Mouse, Disney and Contemporary Art'. Attached to the Mouse, we all wear Mouse ears! Or so it has been said. Hi, ho, hi, my prince will come, when we wish upon a star. It is part of our childhood, popular culture worldwide and it is there for the rest of our lives. The Mouse is in museums from Tokyo to Paris, from London to Washington DC. It might be fun to have your child draw the Mouse. Disney will teach them how. But artists beware! This is the first art history that analyzes the use of Disney imagery by such artists as Lichtenstein, Oldenburg, Warhol, Chagoya, Thiebaud, Helnwein, Boltanski, Dion, Pesanto, Ospina, Finley and many more. This book explores the impact of Disney, including artists’ economic and psychological motivations, on contemporary art. Disney refused permission for any images - their and artists.