I am definitely not one of those people who can come up with even semi-creative titles here, am I?
A few weeks ago I did a little thrift-store shopping, and I found these:
This is actually the first non-fabric vintage purchase I think I've made. I rarely go to thrift stores, and when I do, I'm usually just looking at the sheets for good prints. I've gone a few times in the last month though, and I'm starting to look around a little more.
They came in these frames, but I spray painted them black. They were a yellowed creamy color, and there's sort of a wood grain texture to the plastic. I don't know what they looked like originally... I can only imagine. One of my favorite things about these is that there was a little note on the back of each one.
One of them said (although I couldn't really read the name):
"Worked by Rita Thilitt
1979 & 1980
while right arm
& wrist broken in
The other said simply:
“See back of
They're now on what used to be a completely blank wall between our TV and sliding glass door. Not bad for $4.