Thursday, August 11, 2005

sea of shirts

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i finally did it! i got a clear print, and then some. i figured out a good set-up on my ironing board with a cutting board, it's the right height and easy to put a shirt around perfectly. if you really peek under the shirts you can see my new olive colored love seat scored from our nice and meticulously neat gay male neighbors who live in a loft and were updating their look to contemporary-mod when they moved in together. love it! it's in such good shape. and that drapey thing is where our tv is, we like to cover it for safety and pile big books on top like that 1300 pager (eegads) the power broker for book group. oh and beyond that are sculptures that hugh's dad got when he was doing field work as an anthropologist in ghana. do you like my guided tour? hee.

ps- i just had a part-time job interview at a law firm! i felt like such a poser in my suit with my paint speckled watch and hot pink interior of my jacket. all ramshackle and, really i'm an artist, but i really want a steady morning gig while i go to school. we'll see!

7 comments:

Nimbostratusdweller said...

The ironing board is art!
Hoping you get the job of your dreams!

Afterthoughts Ltd. said...

Did you hand cut your silkscreen? We're looking to produce some shirts and have been looking around for local silkscreeners, never thought of doing it myself (I loved doing it in high school shop). We scored our furniture from our gay friend who was updating his look as well...the best way to go!

mati rose said...

I burned the screen image at the Mission Cultural Center... I don't know if you're local SF, but they have great facilities. Good Luck!

Stef said...

I want a shirt!!! Very cool :)

Jeanine Huebner said...

Mati! Ja, Muesli is correctly spelled, your German friend says... like my name... Huebner! ....how are you? Miss you heaps! Good to read your news! Shall I promote your T-Shirts in Australia??? :-)
have a beautiful day!
Love,
Jeanine

boku said...

love the shirts...and the loveseat making a guest cameo. will be looking for making shirts in the near future; would love to learn to do it myself...

boku

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