The inspiration for this piece has a great deal to do with the peculiar placement and orientation of the three individual sections as well as a hole (…or is that a head?) in the upper section. The name “Three Sheets” not only is a literal representation of the three sections but also implies the nautical term “Three Sheets to The Wind”. If the sheet or rope holding the corner of a square sail, is allowed to go slack in the wind, the sail flaps and the boat is tossed about much as a drunk staggers. Having three sheets loose would presumably make the situation all the worse.
20"H x 12"W x 15"D
Plastic / alkyd enamel