Check Out the Amazing Art of Princess Etch A Sketch!!!

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You have GOT to see the incredible art of Chicago-based Jane Labowitch (AKA Princess Etch A Sketch)!! Her medium? The Magic Etch A Sketch Screen, of course!! 


George Seurat’s Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte

She says, “In 2013, I graduated from art school with a BFA in Illustration. Now I make a living selling art created on an Etch A Sketch!”

via Incredible Things


Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa

You can buy prints of her art on Etsy, as well as the actual physical pieces. She glues down the knobs, so they will NEVER ERASE!


A Labyrinth


Van Gogh’s Starry Night

Abbey Road

The Beatles’ Abbey Road



Think YOU can create Etch A Sketch art like this? You’re going to need at least one of THESE:

And LOTS of TIME!!

UPDATE: Jane made one of ME!!

  • Helen Gircko

    Excellent!!! Much nicer usual tedious copies. Created with the assistance of Magic Screen distant cousin, perhaps? Thanks, Pee-wee! Applause to the author!

  • My hats off to the artist! Beautiful & innovative indeed!! ?? thank you Paul for sharing her Art it’s out of this world!

  • I had an Etch A Sketch, but could only draw lines. I can color really well though…or at least I think so. I find coloring relaxing. Here’s some comic book art I’ve colored. If you have some Pee-Wee coloring pages please share them with me.

  • Candy T

    I love making art on the Etch A Sketch so much fun.

  • mandy Mendoza

    I remember on one of your playhouses DvD’s it had the scene on how you had all came together in making the playhouse. And how you all had made the cartoon Penny. If I could recall you all used the etch a sketch to draw everything to make it come alive . Or else I think so.

  • Gene Christianson

    It’s all great, unless there’s an earthquake!