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Kevin Bacon Wall Art 4x4 Ceramic Tile
Kevin Bacon Wall Art 4x4 Ceramic Tile
Kevin Bacon Wall Art 4x4 Ceramic Tile
Kevin Bacon Wall Art 4x4 Ceramic Tile

Kevin Bacon Wall Art 4x4 Ceramic Tile

"Do you know Kevin?"

Product Review from kim:
"Received in just a few days. The tile is just as funny in person. Appearance/quality are the same as picture."


See the Wiki info on the six degrees of separation to Kevin Bacon here:

What's your Bacon number???

Here's an excerpt:

The Bacon number of an actor or actress is the number of degrees of separation he or she has from Bacon, as defined by the game. This is an application of the Erdős number concept to the Hollywood movie industry. The higher the Bacon number, the farther away from Kevin Bacon the actor is.

The computation of a Bacon number for actor X is a "shortest path" algorithm, applied to the co-stardom network:

Kevin Bacon himself has a Bacon number of 0.
Those actors who have worked directly with Kevin Bacon have a Bacon number of 1.
If the lowest Bacon number of any actor with whom X has appeared in any movie is N, X's Bacon number is N+1.
Here is an example, using Elvis Presley:

Elvis Presley was in Change of Habit (1969) with Edward Asner
Edward Asner was in JFK (1991) with Kevin Bacon
Therefore, Asner has a Bacon number of 1, and Presley (who never appeared in a film with Bacon) has a Bacon number of 2.

As of 6 February 2013, the highest finite Bacon number reported by the Oracle of Bacon is 11.[12]

Because some people have both Bacon and Erdős numbers because of acting and publications, there are a rare few who have an Erdős–Bacon number, which is defined as the sum of a person's independent Erdős and Bacon numbers.


This 4x4" illustrated ceramic tile comes with hook attached on the back for instant gratification when you hang it on your wall.

The image does not fade or chip when displayed indoors. If placed in an outdoor setting in direct sunlight, UV rays may cause fading.

The image is printed using dye-sublimation. It is a special ink and transfer paper process that is pressed into a polymer coating at 400 degrees, causing the ink to vaporize into the pores of the polymer where it is encapsulated permanently under the surface. The paper is removed, and the ceramic is cooled. 

Pithitude: Laughter you can hold in your hand.

Materials: ceramic tile,illustration


Regular price $14.95