Unique Wall Art Now Available: Widdlytinks Offers First Print in Bartosz Beda Curated Collection

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Widdlytinks is happy to announce they have released the unique wall art, Disinformation I by Bartosz Beda, which is the first print in the Bartosz Beda curated collection. Disinformation I by Bartosz Beda is part of the curated collection of the works of this award-winning artist that are available at Widdlytinks. This conversation starter is ideal for the playroom, kitchen, bathroom, or any place in the home where the homeowner wants to a little whimsical fun to that particular space.

These are canvas prints with a 1.5” frame depth and will be delivered to the customer ready to hang with an installed sawtooth hanger and with its side edges finished in mirror-edge blur. Each canvas print is provided with dried pine stretcher bars to make sure the frame will not bow or warp over time. The canvas is pH neutral and acid free to ensure it will not yellow over time. To ensure durability for a long time, this canvas print is made from thick, poly-cotton blend, archival grade canvas.

disinformation I painting by Bartosz Beda available on canvas print at

Bartosz Beda says, “When I began creating ‘Disinformation I,’ my mind was teeming with images and philosophies that had influenced me over the years. One of them was the ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ opening scene that resonated with me. How a discovery escalates the monkey into a position of power, and this thread of hierarchy is incorporated into the fabric of our daily existence, often eluding our conscious recognition.”

“Disinformation I” presents the image of an apparently mischievous chimpanzee in shades of green and stares at the viewer with a sly grin. The artist has revealed that as he started to paint, it was Rene Descartes’ famous quote, “I think, therefore I am,” that came to his mind. The chimpanzee emerges from a monochromatic landscape of green and presents something that is more than a portrait, blurring the distinction between the viewed and the viewer to allow the viewer to question the integrity of their perceptions.

The image of the chimpanzee appears to emerge from a green background to emphasize the artificial separation of the primate and its environment. This separation represents the distinction between information and disinformation that results into a distorted view of reality. This piece of art is intended to present a challenge to the viewer to question their perception of reality. A person’s superficial layers of reality can easily confuse the senses, showing how disinformation is prevalent in today’s world. Taking inspiration from Carl Sagan, the artist contemplated how the stars are a source of wonder of people and how they have served as a tool for control in religion, politics and science.

Widdlytinks is a provider or custom wall art designed by award-winning artists. These personalized wall art are printed on canvas and are typically used to serve as a focal point of interest for a particular space in the home or office. These pieces of wall art are offered directly by Widdlytinks to the public via their website and they can deliver to any part of the United States. All of their products are designed and made in the US and are only available for sale in the country.

Bartosz Beda was born in Poland but moved to the UK in 2008 to enroll at the Manchester School of Art. He obtained an MA in Fine Art in 2012 and was chosen for the 2012 Catlin Art Guide as the most promising emerging artist in the UK. He was short-listed for the Door Prize, the Title Art Prize, and chosen for The Saatchi New Sensations 2012, a group exhibition in London for the most exciting graduate students in the UK. He also received the Towry Award for the Best of the North of England 2012 and was a finalist for the Williams Drawing Prize in Connecticut, in 2014. He won second place in the Viewpoints 2014 competition at the Aljira, Center for Contemporary Art in New Jersey. In 2017, he won first place for the Interstate Group Exhibition at the CWU Sarah Spurgeon Gallery, Ellensburg, WA.

Those who want to know more about these unique canvas prints, such as the Bartosz Beda curated collection at, or want to place an order, can visit the Widdlytinks website or contact them through the telephone or via email.

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