It's often fun to create something yourself, at least until Maria Shriver finds out about it. Get busy with
the bosomy maid all sorts of furniture, thanks to Evereman. An Atlanta street artist and musician who shies away from even the most modest personal fame (no photos!), Evereman creates awesomely minimalist home furniture in his Buckhead basement woodshop, and has created a website on how to create similar stuff yourself from scratch, although you should just remember to treat Lee Perry right and always use a coaster. As for buyable stuff, there're three sets of double-decker tables in the online shop (a small rectangular side job, a slightly larger end, and a 46in coffee number, all stamped with his robot-looking face logo); each comes in either ebony or maple veneer, and's constructed with poplar core plywood, threaded steel rods, and steel nuts, which're what Shaq clearly had to make that movie. You can download PDF instructions on how to assemble each table directly from the website, and he offers the aforementioned eight-step guides for making one from the ground up, from sawing the plywood and rods to the proper size to marking/drilling holes, sanding edges, coating the wood, and applying your own graphic, but not your own Graffx, because nobody's ever applied themselves after using one of those. E also does commission work, is currently making new stuff like sweet steel keychains (seriously, they're sweet), and'll soon make heavy metal pieces by pouring iron, not to be confused with Arnold's approach of Pumping Iron, or just the lady who irons for him.