Invented in 1938, Scrabble has been a pass time for so many that it has found it’s own triple word score winning it’s own day on our calender (April 13th: the inventors birthday). That’s right… SCRABBLE DAY!
Originally created by an unemployed architect living in New York; Alfred Mosher Butts called this game ‘Criss-Crosswords’. About a decade later the rights were sold to James Brunot who re-named it, you guessed it!, Scrabble.
So I decided to take our beloved scrabble and use it to play my own game on canvas. I am using one of each letter stuck to the canvas to create an alphabet of swear words 😀 This is going to be a load of fun.