Thats because Wilson is getting good reviews for his series of paintings featuring a variety of pop culture artifacts like Frisbees, yo-yos, Popsicles and ViewMasters.
Wilson will have his first solo exhibition starting April 29 at the Nickelodeon Studios in Burbank, California, and says he wants his paintings to evoke a nostalgic reaction similar to the way people look at me when they recognize me as Biff.
Its taken him three years to complete the collection, and hes particularly proud of his eight-foot-long picture of a Tonka truck.
Wilson doesnt know where his work will take him, but thinks hell keep painting nostalgic toys like balsa wood airplanes and ray guns because, as he puts it, Every time someone sees my work, they suggest another object that would be just as inspiring.
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