Oh the pleasure of profanity!
Artist Wayne White brings to life the kitsch landscape paintings that he finds in charity shops by adding outrageously entertaining obscenities in colourful fonts. The result is belly laugh inducing, in-your-face graphic design with a fan-fuckin-tastic message that reveals itself as you piece this jigsaw together.
This 1000 piece puzzle from Fred® is made of 90% recycled material and printed using soy-based inks, with a high quality reference picture tucked into each sturdy and attractive box. (Healthy dose of sarcasm not included.)
Completed puzzle size - W 81 x H 42 cm
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Wayne White is a multi-media artist born in Chattanooga, Tennessee whose paintings integrate large, humorous phrases into vintage charity shop paintings. He has worked professionally as a cartoonist, illustrator, painter, sculptor, set and puppet designer, and animator in New York and Los Angeles. Since 2000, he has shown his paintings and sculptures in galleries all over the world.
Wayne won three Emmys for his art direction on Pee-wee’s Playhouse, and his thirty years in television production includes designing Peter Gabriel’s “Big Time” video and “Tonight Tonight” for The Smashing Pumpkins. In 2012, he was the subject of an award-winning documentary “Beauty is Embarrassing.”
He lives and works in Los Angeles with his wife, cartoonist Mimi Pond.
|Dimensions||Completed puzzle size - W 81 x H 42 cm|
|Material||Paper, cardboard (90% recycled material), soy-based inks, anti-glare finish.|