Trivial Pursuit | 48″x48″ Original Acrylic Painting


Original painting – circa February 2015 – 48″x48″ (122cm x122cm) acrylic on canvas – hand painted sides.

Impress your friends by hanging this large scale, blue chip Ian Young original on your wall! Fans of game shows and trivia will enjoy this conversation piece at your next game night!  Florescent paint was used on top of acrylic in parts, so the painting glows under black lights.  A status symbol, for sure to appreciate in time.



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The brain is more like a sponge than a computer, and some sponges retain water more than others. To prove it, mature adults created children’s games to find out which family members in their house are the least intelligent. Whether it’s general knowledge or pop culture, after a couple hours around the wheel it’ll be much easier to tell the smart alecks from the dumbasses. You either know it or you don’t, and while it’s embarrassing to admit ignorance, it’s even more humiliating being proven wrong. It doesn’t take a stroke of genius to recall that data. Besides, as long as new information can be absorbed without any of the old becoming forgotten, is any of it useless?