In 2008, Chris Gregor, the head of the CCSF English department, asked me to design and print shirts for the English department. Go me! He liked the monkeys I used in the Writing Lab design, so he suggested that I use some in this design. So I did. A link to the newsletter that advertises the shirts is here.
Yes, friends, I love to make little tables. I think this is related to my drive to organize, because I notice in my room that the tables serve to break up space into specific areas. For example In have a water carafe and a glass on a little table, which makes it the drinking area. On another, I have stationary. The joy of little tables is boundless.
Here’s my water table. I silk screened a lobster on it.
I found this hunk of wood at a used art supply store. Best seven dollars I’ve spent in a long time.
Another table on which I silk screened a lobster, but this one is taller.
I made this drinkin’ table for my dad, who I’ve seen spill his shots a few times. See how well these glasses fit into the nooks? He can put a plate of snacks and shots for him, my mom, and my uncle on it.
This would be a great wiener-dog-examining table, but I’ll be putting slippers on it.