In 2009 when I was furiously producing a screenprint on wood for every intersection of Twenty-Fourth Street in the Mission District, I had the foresight to print a few copies on paper. Here in 2012 I wish my 2009 self had even more foresight because a few copies is not enough. This delayed regret comes to the fore only now because I just saw a professionally-framed version of Mission Street and it looks fantastic. Ever the wise art collector, Z-Mom purchased this diptych at my Fall Open Studios with top secret plans to spend three times the amount on a frame job and hang the result on a very prime bit of dining room wall. Last night in Santa Cruz I saw it for the first time at its new home and I immediately wished I made more. I don’t really like frames, but this could change my thinking. At least for multi-panel prints on paper. It looks great. It looks better matted and framed than it does unframed. So thank you, Ziggy.