Sometime in the early 80s I began to doodle, for no good reason I can think of. And ditto why I saved the things – most were drawn on brown paper towels used to clean after working. I put them in a drawer, and 15 years later, c. 1998, took them out and for some unknown reason decided to cut some of the doodle-designs out of plywood. And not small ones, but something impractical: 4’x4’ and 4’x8’. I stored them in a garage and 20 years later, around 2018, I photographed them and used photo editing software to render clean images, to make Giclée prints (commercial-grade inkjet printing). See the prints here.