Letter Sweet framed wall art is a unique mixed media sculpture created with real LEGO® toy bricks and real candy.
Each artpiece is a custom, hand crafted work that will make a fun and colorful addition to any home.
If you prefer, you can select each letter's combination of LEGO® brick color and candy type. Artwork will be emailed to you within 48 hours for your approval.
Every letter tile is made with real LEGO® toy bricks and real candy, including Jelly Belly® jelly beans, Smarties®, Sweet Tarts®, and candy corn.
Each letter tile measures approximately 4" wide x 6" high. And each tile is completely sealed to prevent damage from moisture or pests.
The tiles are mounted to a lightweight yet rigid high-denisty PVC plastic, commonly used in the picture framing and museum industries.
Each Letter Sweet art piece is a unique, custom hand crafted, high quality, luxury heirloom. And every art piece is signed and numbered by the artist, and includes a "Guarantee of Originality" - no two pieces will ever be created alike.
Who's behind this?
Inspired by his love for toys and candy, Gary Doss created the first Letter Sweet artpiece in 2012. Gary has been the owner and curator of the Burlingame Museum of PEZ Memorabilia since 1995, and the owner and curator of the Classic Toy Musuem since 2004.
above: Gary Doss
Gary started his career in 1972 as a professional enameler in San Francisco, CA. Clients included Macys, General Electric Medical, and Ziff-Davis publishing.
In 2008, Gary created the World's Largest Pez Dispensing Machine and received world wide attention when his artwork was recognized by the 2008 Guinness Book of World Records.
Gary's passion for creating fun, silly and unique items continues today with Letter Sweet.
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