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Think in the Morning Napkin Art Gallery is complete for now. Nearly 1500 napkins have been posted in the gallery. Twenty-three artists are identified by name. The remaining napkins are signed with initials only or unsigned.
TITM will happily correct any errors brought to our attention.
There are quite likely additional napkins out there. TITM would appreciate the opportunity to photograph these additional napkins and add them to our online collection.
For some historical perspective on the origin of the Sea Gull Cellar Bar Napkin Art, follow the links below.
Sea Gull Cellar Bar Napkin Art Show
Well, I certainly enjoyed that snapshot of our shared history.
How are you and Kathy? We are well and being quite busy.
See you in PV? I will be there probably from the beginning of January through February and then in Yelapa for March.
I saw the one about /Narkins for sale/ (above the one with the urinating man wearing a Sea Gull t-shirt) and it reminded me that the narrator mammy nun in Frank Zappa’s /Thing Fish/ project pronounced it /nakken/. A mammy nun, resulting from the genetic effect of galoot cologne (say ka-LOG-nuh), has big ol’ puffed-up hands and a head like a potato, with a /nakken/ on top for a nun hat.
Yep, a series of bizarre connections, that was the Sea Gull. Thanks Marco.
Is this the Marco I remember- Max’s friend and neighbor?
Susan, here is the contact information for Marco. If you find out the answer, let me know. I would love to contact Max Efroym and let him know that his art is online. David Marco: https://memooftheair.wordpress.com/about/