Jack White art print featuring my portrait illustration of Jack White from The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, The Dead Weather, and founder of Third Man Records. A great gift for any Jack White fan.
The original artwork titled JACK WHITE'S FUNHOUSE was drawn by hand using graphite and coloured pencils and professionally scanned at a printmaker to transform the illustration into a fine art print.
YOUR ART PRINT IS
- Freshly printed to order
- Shipped within 1-2 working days
- Supplied unframed
- Your art print fits standard A4, A3 and A2 frames.
- A4 - 21 W x 29.7 H cm / 8.3 W x 11.7 H inches
- A3 - 29.7 W x 42 H cm / 11.7 W x 16.5 H inches
- A2 - 42 W x 59.4 H cm / 16.5 W x 23.4 H inches
- Your order ships from Denmark and includes free delivery with tracking worldwide.
- Your A4 or A3 art print is sleeved in a protective, recyclable poly-bag and packaged in a reinforced cardboard envelope.
- Your A2 art print is rolled in a protective, recyclable poly-bag, wrapped in tissue paper to prevent sliding, and packaged in a cardboard tube.
PAPER AND INKS
All art prints in my shop are premium, archive quality giclées, printed with archival pigment inks on matt, textured museum-quality paper.
I have carefully chosen the paper based on its ability to reproduce impressive art prints, boasting vivid colours, deep blacks and optimum reproduction of detail.
The pigment inks capture the depth and detail of the original artwork and meet the most exacting requirements for age resistance.
JACK WHITE ART • JACK WHITE'S FUNHOUSE // Fine Art Print
JACK WHITE'S FUNHOUSE
On June 4, 2019, a collision of colours came to life when Jack Black met Jack White: Jack Grey finally happened. This much anticipated and unplanned meeting took place in a Heathrow Airport lounge where the two Jacks bonded over a common enthusiasm for Pat Lawlor pinball games.
The meeting inspired me to do a spin on Pat Lawlor's most famous pinball machine "Funhouse", which is based around the talking head of a ventriloquist dummy named Rudy.
Rudy responds to events in the game, taunts and heckles the player, and appears to follow the ball with his eyes. The player can put Rudy to sleep by advancing the clock to midnight and then shoot the ball into Rudy's mouth to get a chance at millions of points.
Following Jack Black and Jack White's pinball chat, of course I had to create an updated version of "Funhouse" where Rudy is replaced by Jack White.
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