by Al Saulso in New Art on Wednesday 3 October 2012

Wayne White, a native of Tennessee, has a eye for colors and a poetic sense of humor. His work consist of colorful words over store bought landscapes in a style that looks similar to Ed Ruscha. Active in the late 80s, his work began to become very popular in the flourishing art scene. Also, his connection with the Pee Wee Herman show gave him a little fame. White’s work deserves a recap for its wonderful connection to the Graffiti as Art movement so prevalent today.