Official Jim'll Paint It
Jim is a human male from Bristol, England. He is best known for his popular ongoing social media project Jim’ll Paint It where, using an archaic version of Windows Paint, he takes requests from his followers and turns them into bizarre and often intricately detailed paintings. His work has been retweeted by many of his subjects including Sir Alan Sugar and Phillip Schofield. He has produced artwork for clients as diverse as National Geographic and Transform-A-Snack and featured in The Guardian, The Independent and Vice.
Among his other creations is a series of labels for That Boutiquey Rum Company, an experimental image generator for BBC Three and two animated shorts for video game parody channel Mashed. In 2014 he published his first book, Electric Dreams, which compiled his earliest work. The follow up, Of Mouse and Man was released in 2019. When he is not painting he enjoys watching obscure horror films and playing old video games.
Shirtbox is an authorised re-seller of "Jim'll Paint It" products. A portion of every sale goes directly to the artist.
A colourful explosion of 80's pop culture painstakingly rendered in Microsoft Paint.
From the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man to The Hoff, all the heroes of your 80's childhood are gathered under the neon soaked skyline of New York for the ultimate 80's block party. E.T.'s brought his boombox, Rambo's on keytar, Robocop and The Terminator are doing "The Robot" while Freddy, Jason and Pinhead smash the thriller dance and Prince has just rocked up in a Delorean. This is definitely what the 80's was really like.
- Giclée archival quality print
- Printed on 310GSM Textured Fine Art Rag Stock
- Damage proof packaging
- Available as a print only or pre-framed in a lightweight premium solid wood black frame with perspex front
All Art Prints are made to order, just for you. On larger prints this can mean that this takes an extra day or longer to dry before we send it out to you, but this prevent the print from 'rippling' during delivery. This means that the next day delivery option on large prints is from the date of dispatch, not the order date. If your order contains additional items they will also be affected by this dispatch window. Unframed prints are shipped rolled in heavy duty postal tubes.