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Abraham Lincoln Scrabble portrait

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Andrew Salomone writes:

This is a portrait I made of Abraham Lincoln’s face using a Scrabble board game and following the official rules used in Scrabble tournaments in order to do it. It’s also a reference to a painting by surrealist artist, Salvador Dali.

He says he’s working on this piece for an upcoming show, and the idea came from the Dali painting “Gala Contemplating the Mediterranean Sea Which at Twenty Meters Becomes the Portrait of Abraham Lincoln (Homage to Rothko).”

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12 thoughts on “Abraham Lincoln Scrabble portrait

  1. Actually the words are correct per the dictionary, but the two words floating in the middle of the board violate NSA rules.

  2. Very nice! I was wondering about “America,” so I looked it up in my Scrabble dictionary, and it is not a valid Scrabble word.

  3. Not only do the words floating in the middle violate the rules by not being connecting to the rest of the words, but also because the first play was not over the center square (the one with the star).

  4. We all awaken each day and rely upon our old friend to start out
    our day – the coffee brewer. You can run it longer if
    there are lots of oil and hard water deposits in your coffee maker.
    Coffee names may be the same from brand to brand, but the tastes are not.

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