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Mr. Brainwash Mickey & Minnie Hug – Blue Heart (22 x 22)

Mr. Brainwash Mickey & Minnie Hug – Blue Heart (22 x 22) is an original mixed media on paper with collage, acrylic paint, spray paint, and stenciling. Signed on the front, and has Mr. Brainwash’s special signature on the back with date and dollar bill sequence. Comes with official Mr. Brainwash certificate of authenticity.

Who doesn’t love the iconic couple of Mickey and Minnie Mouse?  Here are some facts about the much loved characters:

If it weren’t for Walt Disney’s wife, Mickey Mouse would have been named Mortimer Mouse. It was Lily’s suggestion that he be named Mickey. Minnie has said this about her ultimate dream man: “He’ll stride into the room; a light will glow from him. I’ll hear music. He’ll bring me flowers. He’ll swing me off my feet! And I’ll know he’s the one when he makes me laugh.” The first time Minnie appeared alongside Mickey was in 1929 short called “Plane Crazy.” In it, Mickey invites Minnie along for a ride in his plane. When he kisses her mid-flight, she parachutes out of the plane. Bummer. Though Mickey and Minnie have never been married onscreen, Walt Disney said in a 1933 interview that “in private life, Mickey is married to Minnie.” The first time Mickey referred to Minnie as his girlfriend was through song in 1929’s Mickey’s Follies where he sang that he “got a sweetie…she’s my little Minnie Mouse.” Minnie’s full name is Minerva. Mickey is the first cartoon character to have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Minnie is an unofficial Disney princess. In fact, Mickey once said to her: “Gosh, Minnie, you’ve always been a princess to me.” Walt Disney provided the original voices for both Mickey and Minnie from 1929 to 1946. He didn’t like any of the other voice actors originally cast for the roles. Mickey’s rival, Mortimer Mouse, is actually Minnie’s ex-boyfriend. And finally, the most romantic piece of trivia ever: The woman who voiced Minnie, Russi Taylor, married the man who voiced Mickey, Wayne Allwine, in 1991. They were married until Wayne’s death in 2009.

Title

Mickey & Minnie Hug (Blue Heart) (22 x 22″)

Medium

Mixed Media on Paper

Year

2017

Edition

Unique

Signature

Signed, dated, thumbprinted

Size 22.5 x 22.5 (in)
57 x 57 (cm)
Price Price on Request
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Mr. Brainwash Mickey & Minnie Hug – Blue Heart (22 x 22) is an original mixed media on paper with collage, acrylic paint, spray paint, and stenciling. Signed on the front, and has Mr. Brainwash’s special signature on the back with date and dollar bill sequence. Comes with official Mr. Brainwash certificate of authenticity.

Who doesn’t love the iconic couple of Mickey and Minnie Mouse?  Here are some facts about the much loved characters:

If it weren’t for Walt Disney’s wife, Mickey Mouse would have been named Mortimer Mouse. It was Lily’s suggestion that he be named Mickey. Minnie has said this about her ultimate dream man: “He’ll stride into the room; a light will glow from him. I’ll hear music. He’ll bring me flowers. He’ll swing me off my feet! And I’ll know he’s the one when he makes me laugh.” The first time Minnie appeared alongside Mickey was in 1929 short called “Plane Crazy.” In it, Mickey invites Minnie along for a ride in his plane. When he kisses her mid-flight, she parachutes out of the plane. Bummer. Though Mickey and Minnie have never been married onscreen, Walt Disney said in a 1933 interview that “in private life, Mickey is married to Minnie.” The first time Mickey referred to Minnie as his girlfriend was through song in 1929’s Mickey’s Follies where he sang that he “got a sweetie…she’s my little Minnie Mouse.” Minnie’s full name is Minerva. Mickey is the first cartoon character to have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Minnie is an unofficial Disney princess. In fact, Mickey once said to her: “Gosh, Minnie, you’ve always been a princess to me.” Walt Disney provided the original voices for both Mickey and Minnie from 1929 to 1946. He didn’t like any of the other voice actors originally cast for the roles. Mickey’s rival, Mortimer Mouse, is actually Minnie’s ex-boyfriend. And finally, the most romantic piece of trivia ever: The woman who voiced Minnie, Russi Taylor, married the man who voiced Mickey, Wayne Allwine, in 1991. They were married until Wayne’s death in 2009.

Mr. Brainwash Mickey & Minnie Hug – Blue Heart (22 x 22)

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Title

Mickey & Minnie Hug (Blue Heart) (22 x 22″)

Medium

Mixed Media on Paper

Year

2017

Edition

Unique

Signature

Signed, dated, thumbprinted

Size 22.5 x 22.5 (in)
57 x 57 (cm)
Price Price on Request