A few years ago, I came across a treasure trove of my Dad's cartoons that he drew in the seventies and eighties. More recently, I found a stack of yellowed pieces of paper and ripped halves of manila folders containing screenprints he made around the same time. I rarely saw him working on the cartoons, which were drawn while he was at work. The prints though, he'd work on in our basement(the old way: hand-carving lacquer film into stencils with an exacto knife) and I'd stand by watching as long as I could on a school night. Sometimes I'd make it up late enough to see the first print pulled on the custom contraption pictured above. The next morning I'd go downstairs and see every surface - the work bench, counter-tops, ping pong table and floor - covered in drying T-shirts. Here's a bunch of his designs as I found them, not on T-shirts once worn by Church Volleyball Team members or Rolling Stag passengers but proofs printed on the backs of recycled schematics and office memo's, organized into three categories. Also: there's a lot more where these came ffrom. Hopefully my Dad, his buddies, old co-workers, fellow parishioners, schoolkids, and neighborhood business owners enjoy looking at these. At least they don't have to rummage through the bottoms of their T-shirt drawers. Happy Father's Day!