Who says fine art can’t be humorous?

Wayne White’s art isn’t highbrow. It isn’t Lowbrow. But it qualifies as both. It’s American in the best of ways: Pure, funny, shoot-from-the-hip, self-made, inventive, imaginative. Wayne White is Will Rogers with a paintbrush and a hot glue gun, an artist whose work greeted attendees at Art Basel in Miami, and whose influence–Mark Mothersbaugh calls him one of the founding fathers of American Pop Art–exploded from that most American of mediums, the television.