Long Thematic Shelf
Made from art books, this 54″ long shelf grows in steps from left to right. Note that the last step on the right is made from two books that match the thickness of the others.
On Shaky Ground
Here the theme and form are merged. Exhibited in Out of Print, at Bakersfield Museum of Art, 2013. Currently on exhibit at Berkeley City Hall through 2014. ~36″ long.
Antique Tools with Century-old Books
Larger shelves are typically made from sets on encyclopedias since it is difficult to find enough books on a given theme to have the right visual choices for a larger piece. The top of this shelf is made with encyclopedias …Continue Reading
Instructive Bookmarks (5 marks)
Confused by changing technology? Who isn’t these days? 5 bookmarks printed on recycled card stock, price includes delivery to one address. Illustration by Tom Giesler, www.tomgiesler.com Letter press printed by Jessica Spring, www.springtidepress.com
Periodic Table of Hardware Poster
Periodic Table on heavy, coated stock. No framing or matting required. A great gift for the builder, scientist or DIY junkie. 17-1/4″ x 11-3/4″ (43 x 30 cm) No charge for shipping. Note 3 for the price of 2! May …Continue Reading
10 mint tins serve as shelves with unique handles. Salvaged wood cabinet and handles will vary from photo.
Nancy Drew Clock
Not just any Nancy Drew book, “The Secret of the Old Clock,” is the first in the beloved series. Originally published in 1931, this modern edition can be wiped clean with a sponge. Try that with the first edition! Quartz …Continue Reading
Furniture In Search of a Room
12 pp catalog of sculptures completed between 2004 and 2008. Most are one of a kind pieces. Much of this work was exhibited in Fall of 2010 at 525 Market St., San Francisco, CA and was unintentionally stolen in May, …Continue Reading
Bookmarks as Permission Slips (5 marks)
A hit with my customers, these were printed for This Into That on letterpress by Jessica Spring on heavyweight recycled paper. 5 bookmarks, price includes delivery to one address in the US or Canada. Please inquire for shipping rates …Continue Reading
See it Made
Never more true than today. A widely reiterated quote, “He who would retain respect for law and sausage must see neither made,” interpreted in found objects. The cutting board bears only part of the quote, “He who would retain …Continue Reading
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