More holiday sketchiness (unfinished)
It gets a little Sketchy at the North Pole. (owned by J&J Mattson)
Oh, Lady Liberty. How we dishonor you.
The United States seems a bit sketchy lately. Freedom, justice, and even our Constitution are under assault. (owned by J. Marfia)
This Sketchy Space features bottles and barrels found at Vino Veritas in Portland, Oregon. (owned by D. Cofer)
Redwood PDX does it again. This Sketchy Space started with a lamp that shines on the daily drink specials. (owned by C. Wilson)
This Sketchy Space began with a cute lamp that lives on the bar at East Glisan Pizza Lounge in Portland, Oregon. (owned by EGPL)
A stranger asked me if I could make a Sketchy Space with a bass. Yes, stranger, I can. (owned by C. Bozell)
Redwood restaurant in Portland, Oregon has inspired a few Sketchy Spaces. This one started with a vased tulip. Is vased a word? (owned by V. Kinsella — I think)
Sketchy north pole — because sometimes I get in the spirit while getting into the spirits. (owned by J&J Mattson)
This Sketchy Space began with bamboo in a vase.
This Sketchy Space started with a meat grinder. I originally typoed this “meta” grinder. That might work, too.
Redwood, a restaurant in Portland, Oregon, has a large chalk-like painting of a train hanging above the bar. The cracked smokestack here is from the train painting.
The incomparable Dana, who used to be a bartender at East Glisan Pizza Lounge in Portland, Oregon made me a hot toddy with a beautiful clove-studded orange slice.
This Sketchy Space is a tribute to David Bowie. (owned by Neil Mattson)
Every November I face the decision to send or not send out holiday cards. Every November, visions of landfills dance in my head. (owned by K. Thiel)
Without bars and writing implements, there would be no Sketchy Spaces. (owned by K. Thiel)