When we grow up we want to be Wayne White. White is an artist, art director, illustrator, puppeteer, musician, and all around fascinating human being. In 1986, Wayne became a designer for the hit television show Pee-wee’s Playhouse, and has been molding impressionable minds ever since. Now working as a fine artist, that familiar subtle beauty and singular sense of humor is still evident in his work. Below you will find work from his word painting series, where White meticulously paints words over landscape reproductions. The series offers a surprising commentary on culture, the art world, and being Wayne White.
Beauty is Embarrassin'!
Good Looking People Having Fun Without You
Can Ya Fix It So My Stuff Looks Good?
Artificial Cherry Flavor
First Time My Hero Repeated
Dude or Chick
Heinies n' Shooters w/ Hotties at Hooters
Failed Abstract Paintings of the Seventies
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