Artist Feature: Wayne White

I’m very excited to introduce a new feature to my blog! I’ll be featuring random artists that I love (in all kinds of media!), and little bits of their work to hopefully introduce them to other people. I have a whole bunch planned, and can’t wait to show off some amazing stuff. 😀


I recently stumbled upon an interview on DeviantArt with an artist that does these really awesome typography-ish additions to existing paintings.

I love those old paint-by-number type paintings, and the way Wayne White incorporates the words into the painting as if they belong there is incredible. I want them ALL OVER MY WALLS! I can’t even pick a favorite of his.

From his website, “Wayne White is an American artist, art director, illustrator, puppeteer, and much, much more. Born and raised in Chattanooga, Wayne has used his memories of the South to create inspired works for film, television, and the fine art world. “

“Wayne has had great success as a fine artist and has created paintings and public works that have been shown all over the world. His most successful works have been the world paintings featuring oversized, three-dimensional text painstakingly integrated into vintage landscape reproductions. The message of the paintings is often thought-provoking and almost always humorous, with Wayne pointing a finger at vanity, ego, and his memories of the South.”

“In 2009, Wayne’s life and career were chronicled in an incredible 382-page monograph, edited by Todd Oldham. The book features hundreds of images from Wayne’s earliest work as an illustrator all the way to his most recent fine art sculptures. Since the book’s release, Wayne has been traveling the country delivering an incredibly entertaining hour long talk where he discusses his life and work, while making time for a little banjo and harmonica playing.”

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3 Responses to “Artist Feature: Wayne White”
  1. oh my god, these pieces are fan fucking tastic

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