A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte by Georges Seurat Chicago artist Jane Labowitch (a.k.a. “Princess Etch A Sketch“) does an amazing job of recreating iconic paintings from history on an Etch A Sketch. Signed prints of Jane’s Etch A Sketch drawings are available to purchase from her Etsy store. I started […]
To make this, she spent eight hours sitting in front of the real "A Sunday on La Grande Jatte." All hail the Art Institute's "well-placed bench." [ more › ]
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Draya Michele popped a baby 3 weeks ago, but there's simply no way to tell. The "Basketball Wives" star went to lunch at Cecconi's in WeHo Friday, and her pregnancy is sort of like a Etch A Sketch. We spoke with her there too, when she said finance…
The Republican establishment wagons are circling at long last around Donald J. Trump, folks. And as my collegue VegasJessie has said, "One of the shortcomings Trump has revealed, from time to time, is an accidental outburst of reasonable...Show More Summary
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The popular YouTube series What’s Inside? has a simple, relatable premise: A father and his son cut various items open and see what’s inside them, hence the title. As long as they stick to things like bowling balls and rattlesnake tails, instead of hobos and drifters, it’s cute and maybe even a little informative. Show More Summary
The father and son team behind the YouTube channel What’s Inside? decided to take one apart and find out.
Grant Thompson “The King of Random” partnered with What’s Inside? to find out if the powder inside an Etch a Sketch can be used to make thermite. The powder did not give quite the reaction the team was hoping for, but they still gave their Etch a Sketch test subjects a fiery farewell. Dan and […]
Curious to see what’s going on inside of your Etch A Sketch? Curiosity is a good thing, but be warned, if you take apart that Etch A Sketch, you will have metal shavings everywhere, and probably…
Unless being covered in impossible-to-clean metal shavings is your idea of a good time, leave this experiment to the professionals. Read more...
Trump has been a certain kind of candidate during the primaries. If he wins the Republican nomination, he says he'll be a very different kind of candidate.
And now for your moment of zen. This Etch a Sketch Zen Garden Coffee Table is a great way to channel your inner calm. Friend of Technabob Caleb Kraft created this fun project that combines a…
The Ohio Art Company, which has produced or owned the Etch A Sketch for more than five decades, has sold the classic toy to a Toronto-based firm.
"It'll be bittersweet, but we had to look at the long-term future of the business," said Martin Killgallon, the company's president
Bryan-based Ohio Art Co. made the surprise move to sell Etch A Sketch and its spinoff, the Doodle Sketch, to Spin Master Corp.
Etch A Sketch was sold to Toronto game and toy company Spin Master Corp., according to a February 11 press release. In the release, the Ohio Art Company said the sale was part of an overall effort to focus on the metal lithography portion of their business and to “more effectively utilize” the company’s Bryan,... Show More Summary
A 60-year-old toy icon is officially shaking its screen and starting all over again. Ohio Art, the company that introduced Etch A Sketch in 1960, announced on Friday that it has sold the brand, including all remaining inventory, production...Show More Summary