80s

There's A Bob Ross Board Game For Anyone Who Wants To Reach Maximum Chill

2017 has seen the revival of many gems from our childhoods, and now everyone's beloved art instructor Bob Ross is making a comeback in the most unexpected way. By no means would anyone who grew up watching Bob Ross on television ever liken him to the competitive type. I mean, there's no way painting "happy little trees" could be made into a competition, or so you thought. dazeddigital.comThere's a "Bob Ross: The Art of Chill" board game available for purchase, and we have been struggling to stay chill since finding out about its existence. The game, obviously inspired by

Pop Culture

Bob Ross Painted Thousands of Pictures, But This One Had A Special Message

Bob Ross was the type of television personality that actually made you feel good when you watched him. PBSIt wasn't some crazy drama you needed to follow, or elaborate plot that would change and evolve, it was just a calming half hour of television that would help you learn how to paint. PBSPeople loved this show. Bob Ross' calming tones were basically the best thing you could watch when you needed something comforting, and his painting skills were on a whole different level. The things he could do within 30 minutes was nothing short of incredible. PBSHe had fans all

80s

Libraries Have Started Hosting Bob Ross Paint-Alongs, But You Might Wait Months To Get In

If there is one person that we can all agree is a genuinely delightful person, it would be Bob Ross. Every single word out of his mouth feels like it's designed specifically to relax you, and every single piece of art he created was unbelievably amazing. Everyone who has watched his show on PBS knows that he would start by slapping down a layer of liquid white, and then start applying paint in seemingly random areas. A little here, a little there, and then suddenly he's got this gorgeous landscape scene with a mountain, some fluffy clouds, and of course

90s

An Art Expert Noticed This Painting In The Background Of 'Stuart Little' And Freaked Out Immediately

When you re-watch your favorite movies from your childhood, you usually pick up on one or two things you never noticed. Maybe there's an adult joke that flew over your head as a kid, or a special effect hidden in plain sight. But there's not many cases where a lost, extremely valuable painting is spotted just sitting in the background of a kids movie. Columbia PicturesIt's probably been a while since you watched Stuart Little, so here's a refresher: Michael J. Fox voices the titular New York mouse, who's adopted by a loving, human family. Geena Davis and Hugh Laurie