'We don't make mistakes, just happy little accidents,' Bob Ross says, lulling people to sleep with comforting words.
Though the iconic painter died in 1995, his voice will live on through the mindfulness app Calm.
Calm has released a Sleep Story for the mobile app titled 'Painting with Bob Ross' using clips from his PBS television show to help people fall asleep.
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Meditation and wellness app Calm has released a Sleep Story for the mobile app titled 'Painting with Bob Ross' using clips from his PBS television show to help lull people to sleep
Bob Ross was an iconic American painter, art instructor and TV host.
He hosted The Joys of Painting on PBS from 1983 to 1994.
Born in 1942 in Daytona Beach, Florida, the artist died in 1995 from Lymphoma.
He used the wet-on-wet oil painting technique, allowing him to complete a painting in under 30 minutes.
After his death, his popularity exploded on YouTube and he became an Internet celebrity.
Audio from the show has never before been licensed.
The first instalment came out last week, and two more are on the way for later in the summer.
Should they be successful, Calm has the opportunity to license more and potentially develop further series.,
'We asked ourselves, 'What would Bob do?' said Joan Kowalski, the president of Bob Ross Inc., to the New York Times.
'Using his voice to help put people to sleep? Well, he would love that.'