The most popular Jukebox of all time, and the one most often seen on mugs, t-shirts, etc. is the Wurlitzer
Model 1015, popularly referred to as the "bubbler". This jukebox was produced in 1946-47 and its long-
lasting popularity was driven by an advertising campaign by Wurlitzer which splashed the 1015's image in
advertisements in Life and Look magazines, the Saturday Evening Post, as well as on thousands of
billboards across the country. Although it is still being produced today, the colorful machine evokes
memories of our youth spent doing the jitterbug, bee-bop, and grooving to rock and roll!
Another nostalgic painting by Canvas by Canvas, this piece is comprised of nine 8” x 10” canvases
created by the Canvas By Canvas artists, each discreetly signed with the initials of each painter. The
canvases are framed together in a custom-made sturdy wood frame that is built to last for generations.
“Put Another Nickel In . . .” comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the participating artists.
|“ PUT ANOTHER NICKEL IN . . .”
Acrylic on Canvas
24" x 30"
Texas Artists Painting Together
Canvas by Canvas