TOLEDO STORIES: Whatever Happened to Paint By Numbers?
Thursday, March 3 at 8:00 p.m.
Explore the 1950's paint-by-numbers craze from its beginnings as a post-World War II hobby to its current resurgence as a collectible by enthusiastic fans.
Narrator Dan Robbins started it all as an artist for the Palmer Paint company, which later became known as Craft Master. His concept for a fill-in-the-spaces paint set became one of the biggest fads in history.
At right: A Craft Master rendition of the Last Supper.