Late public television star Bob Ross has gotten a new tribute from PBS in the form of a remixed video featuring several clips from his hit show "Joy of Painting" set to music.

"Bob Ross Remixed | Happy Little Clouds" was remixed by John D. Boswell and released Thursday by PBS Digital Studios. The video is the second in a new series by the Public Broadcasting System that pays tribute to the channels icons; and features several of Ross's happy little catchphrases set to music. The clip follows last month's release, "Mister Rogers Remixed | Garden of Your Mind"; which features a similar styled beates and late children's entertainer Fred Rogers.

Boswell's project, Symphony of Science, was created in 2009 and released its first video, "A Glorious Dawn"; which featured Carl Sagan and Stephen Hawking and centered around the creation of the universe. It quickly went viral and Boswell has since released several science-themed remix videos, all with hip-hop stylings and beats. The series mainly features famed scientists like Sagan and Hawking, along with others like Neil deGrasse Tyson and Bill Nye.

"If you like this video, please support your local PBS station:" the channel's YouTube page reads.

"The Joy of Painting" began airing in 1983 on PBS, and Ross canceled the show in 1994 while battling lymphoma. He succumbed to the cancer on July 4, 1995. Some PBS stations still air repeats of his show.

Mr. Rogers died in 1993.


"Bob Ross Remixed | Happy Little Clouds"


"Mister Rogers Remixed | Garden of Your Mind"