The last name of a particular visual artist is two letters + the name of a one-named singer.
Move the two letters to the end and add a two-letter US state abbreviation between those two parts to get the plural of a fruit.
What’s the fruit? And what’s your favorite work from the artist?
Solution to last issue’s puzzle
Answers to my clues:
- Flowers and trees do a jig = PLANTS PRANCE
- Instrument made from a pineapple = FRUIT FLUTE
- Protection for an inanimate pet = ROCK LOCK
- Surly Santa = CROSS CLAUS (but as many of you pointed out, I apparently pronounce Claus wrong 🎅)
- Butterfly pea flower tea, before turning purple = BLUE BREW
Thank you to everyone who submitted their own ambidextrous phrase clues! A few of my favorites included:
- From Steph: Group of friends who gather to play a murder mystery board game
- From Dan Katz: Illegally trafficked “food” on the TV show iZombie
- From Michael Anderson: Pseudocide victims
- From Drew W.: Flashy word use
- From Brian Bohmueller: Pigmented ocular bit, upon removal
And congrats to everyone who submitted correct answers: Steph, Debbie, Wassamatta_u, Michael Andersen, Drew W., Jennifer L., Mark Wurzelbacher, Yossi, Brett Kuehner, Jonathan, Will, Aiden Guinnip, Dan Katz, Brian E Bohmueller, and Maude.