Art inspired by pinball and other coin operated machines.
Mike Maxwell incorporates pinball machine parts into his fine furniture. Artist Mike Maxwell at the Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival Mike Maxwell constructed cabinet doors from Bally Gold Cup playfield sections.

Mike Maxwell handcrafts beautiful furniture for bedrooms, dining rooms, and living rooms. Some of his furniture incorporates pinball playfields or backglasses rescued from parts machines, such as a coffee table built around a Stern Trident playfield.

Artist Jason Higgins with his LYPC capsule vendor.

Jason Higgins creates satirical graphic arts that combine verbal and visual puns to make you think twice. He offered some artworks for only a dollar in an LYPC capsule vending machine.

David Silverman lectures about pinball at the Smithsonian. David Silverman traced pinball's origins to the Château de Bagatelle. David Silverman's lecture slide shows Knock Out's playfield, backglass, and art David Silverman's games, Nugent and Indiana Jones, in the atrium at the Smithson

Pinball machine collector David Silverman brought nine of his games to the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, DC on Halloween Day 2009 to promote his planned National Pinball Museum. Smithsonian visitors could play Silverman's games before and after his 90-minute lecture about pinball history and art.

Diagram of Monster Bash pinball machine screen printed onto an old book page. Artist Sara Selepouchin at the Crafty Bastards! Arts & Crafts Fair. Artist Sara Selepouchin explains her design and printing process.

Sara Selepouchin designs offbeat diagrams of everyday machines, which she silkscreens onto handy household items. I could not resist buying her pinball machine diagram featuring Williams' Monster Bash.


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