Celebrating my treasures as they parade out of my life.

Assorted textiles, for people who love sewing projects and costume making. Including:
Light dresses
Ripped laundry bag, blue-and-white pattern vaguely reminiscent of desert headwear
Floral shirt my father discarded with embarrassment in the 80s. (He’d be horrified to learn it was still in the family this long.)
Ribbon remnants from the days when mandatory holiday gifting still held us in its grip

Assorted textiles, for people who love sewing projects and costume making. Including:

  • Light dresses
  • Ripped laundry bag, blue-and-white pattern vaguely reminiscent of desert headwear
  • Floral shirt my father discarded with embarrassment in the 80s. (He’d be horrified to learn it was still in the family this long.)
  • Ribbon remnants from the days when mandatory holiday gifting still held us in its grip
Cats. Big cats. Great big cats. Great big actually average size posters of great big great cats!
25” x 37” - Snow leopard - framed in plastic.
26” x 29” - “Cat Famiy”, Charles Lynn Bragg - framed in glass.
20” x 16” - Tigers - framed in plastic.
20” x 16” - Tigers, 1991 - loose flat, in good condition.
27” x 20” - “Clouseau”, oil painting (reprint) by Marilyn Johnson, 1988 - in oversize plastic frame
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Cats. Big cats. Great big cats. Great big actually average size posters of great big great cats!
25” x 37” - Snow leopard - framed in plastic.
26” x 29” - “Cat Famiy”, Charles Lynn Bragg - framed in glass.
20” x 16” - Tigers - framed in plastic.
20” x 16” - Tigers, 1991 - loose flat, in good condition.
27” x 20” - “Clouseau”, oil painting (reprint) by Marilyn Johnson, 1988 - in oversize plastic frame
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Cats. Big cats. Great big cats. Great big actually average size posters of great big great cats!
25” x 37” - Snow leopard - framed in plastic.
26” x 29” - “Cat Famiy”, Charles Lynn Bragg - framed in glass.
20” x 16” - Tigers - framed in plastic.
20” x 16” - Tigers, 1991 - loose flat, in good condition.
27” x 20” - “Clouseau”, oil painting (reprint) by Marilyn Johnson, 1988 - in oversize plastic frame
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Cats. Big cats. Great big cats. Great big actually average size posters of great big great cats!
25” x 37” - Snow leopard - framed in plastic.
26” x 29” - “Cat Famiy”, Charles Lynn Bragg - framed in glass.
20” x 16” - Tigers - framed in plastic.
20” x 16” - Tigers, 1991 - loose flat, in good condition.
27” x 20” - “Clouseau”, oil painting (reprint) by Marilyn Johnson, 1988 - in oversize plastic frame
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Cats. Big cats. Great big cats. Great big actually average size posters of great big great cats!
25” x 37” - Snow leopard - framed in plastic.
26” x 29” - “Cat Famiy”, Charles Lynn Bragg - framed in glass.
20” x 16” - Tigers - framed in plastic.
20” x 16” - Tigers, 1991 - loose flat, in good condition.
27” x 20” - “Clouseau”, oil painting (reprint) by Marilyn Johnson, 1988 - in oversize plastic frame
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Cats. Big cats. Great big cats. Great big actually average size posters of great big great cats!

  • 25” x 37” - Snow leopard - framed in plastic.
  • 26” x 29” - “Cat Famiy”, Charles Lynn Bragg - framed in glass.
  • 20” x 16” - Tigers - framed in plastic.
  • 20” x 16” - Tigers, 1991 - loose flat, in good condition.
  • 27” x 20” - “Clouseau”, oil painting (reprint) by Marilyn Johnson, 1988 - in oversize plastic frame
Media posters, that once proudly proclaimed our affinities and tastes upon our walls, such walls being now freshly painted and awaiting new proclamations.
13” x 19” - “Coraline” reading by Neil Gaiman at Cody’s Books in Berkeley, CA, 2002-July-02 - loose flat, in very good condition.
23” x 35” - “The Twilight Zone” 1990 - loose roll, unmounted, well used.
42” x 39” - “Hot Shots Part Deux” & “Robin Hood Men In Tights” theater standee parts - very worn, partly sun faded.
19” x 26” - “Spike & Mike’s Festival of Animation” 1994, featuring Wallace and Gromit - framed in glass.
23” x 34” - “The Breakfast Club” - still sealed in plastic, never opened.
16” x 20” - “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” - framed in plastic.
27” x 39” - “Ghost In The Shell” - mounted on foam core, used but in good shape.
20” x 28” - “Gone With The Wind” - framed in glass.
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Media posters, that once proudly proclaimed our affinities and tastes upon our walls, such walls being now freshly painted and awaiting new proclamations.
13” x 19” - “Coraline” reading by Neil Gaiman at Cody’s Books in Berkeley, CA, 2002-July-02 - loose flat, in very good condition.
23” x 35” - “The Twilight Zone” 1990 - loose roll, unmounted, well used.
42” x 39” - “Hot Shots Part Deux” & “Robin Hood Men In Tights” theater standee parts - very worn, partly sun faded.
19” x 26” - “Spike & Mike’s Festival of Animation” 1994, featuring Wallace and Gromit - framed in glass.
23” x 34” - “The Breakfast Club” - still sealed in plastic, never opened.
16” x 20” - “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” - framed in plastic.
27” x 39” - “Ghost In The Shell” - mounted on foam core, used but in good shape.
20” x 28” - “Gone With The Wind” - framed in glass.
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Media posters, that once proudly proclaimed our affinities and tastes upon our walls, such walls being now freshly painted and awaiting new proclamations.
13” x 19” - “Coraline” reading by Neil Gaiman at Cody’s Books in Berkeley, CA, 2002-July-02 - loose flat, in very good condition.
23” x 35” - “The Twilight Zone” 1990 - loose roll, unmounted, well used.
42” x 39” - “Hot Shots Part Deux” & “Robin Hood Men In Tights” theater standee parts - very worn, partly sun faded.
19” x 26” - “Spike & Mike’s Festival of Animation” 1994, featuring Wallace and Gromit - framed in glass.
23” x 34” - “The Breakfast Club” - still sealed in plastic, never opened.
16” x 20” - “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” - framed in plastic.
27” x 39” - “Ghost In The Shell” - mounted on foam core, used but in good shape.
20” x 28” - “Gone With The Wind” - framed in glass.
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Media posters, that once proudly proclaimed our affinities and tastes upon our walls, such walls being now freshly painted and awaiting new proclamations.
13” x 19” - “Coraline” reading by Neil Gaiman at Cody’s Books in Berkeley, CA, 2002-July-02 - loose flat, in very good condition.
23” x 35” - “The Twilight Zone” 1990 - loose roll, unmounted, well used.
42” x 39” - “Hot Shots Part Deux” & “Robin Hood Men In Tights” theater standee parts - very worn, partly sun faded.
19” x 26” - “Spike & Mike’s Festival of Animation” 1994, featuring Wallace and Gromit - framed in glass.
23” x 34” - “The Breakfast Club” - still sealed in plastic, never opened.
16” x 20” - “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” - framed in plastic.
27” x 39” - “Ghost In The Shell” - mounted on foam core, used but in good shape.
20” x 28” - “Gone With The Wind” - framed in glass.
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Media posters, that once proudly proclaimed our affinities and tastes upon our walls, such walls being now freshly painted and awaiting new proclamations.
13” x 19” - “Coraline” reading by Neil Gaiman at Cody’s Books in Berkeley, CA, 2002-July-02 - loose flat, in very good condition.
23” x 35” - “The Twilight Zone” 1990 - loose roll, unmounted, well used.
42” x 39” - “Hot Shots Part Deux” & “Robin Hood Men In Tights” theater standee parts - very worn, partly sun faded.
19” x 26” - “Spike & Mike’s Festival of Animation” 1994, featuring Wallace and Gromit - framed in glass.
23” x 34” - “The Breakfast Club” - still sealed in plastic, never opened.
16” x 20” - “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” - framed in plastic.
27” x 39” - “Ghost In The Shell” - mounted on foam core, used but in good shape.
20” x 28” - “Gone With The Wind” - framed in glass.
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Media posters, that once proudly proclaimed our affinities and tastes upon our walls, such walls being now freshly painted and awaiting new proclamations.
13” x 19” - “Coraline” reading by Neil Gaiman at Cody’s Books in Berkeley, CA, 2002-July-02 - loose flat, in very good condition.
23” x 35” - “The Twilight Zone” 1990 - loose roll, unmounted, well used.
42” x 39” - “Hot Shots Part Deux” & “Robin Hood Men In Tights” theater standee parts - very worn, partly sun faded.
19” x 26” - “Spike & Mike’s Festival of Animation” 1994, featuring Wallace and Gromit - framed in glass.
23” x 34” - “The Breakfast Club” - still sealed in plastic, never opened.
16” x 20” - “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” - framed in plastic.
27” x 39” - “Ghost In The Shell” - mounted on foam core, used but in good shape.
20” x 28” - “Gone With The Wind” - framed in glass.
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Media posters, that once proudly proclaimed our affinities and tastes upon our walls, such walls being now freshly painted and awaiting new proclamations.
13” x 19” - “Coraline” reading by Neil Gaiman at Cody’s Books in Berkeley, CA, 2002-July-02 - loose flat, in very good condition.
23” x 35” - “The Twilight Zone” 1990 - loose roll, unmounted, well used.
42” x 39” - “Hot Shots Part Deux” & “Robin Hood Men In Tights” theater standee parts - very worn, partly sun faded.
19” x 26” - “Spike & Mike’s Festival of Animation” 1994, featuring Wallace and Gromit - framed in glass.
23” x 34” - “The Breakfast Club” - still sealed in plastic, never opened.
16” x 20” - “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” - framed in plastic.
27” x 39” - “Ghost In The Shell” - mounted on foam core, used but in good shape.
20” x 28” - “Gone With The Wind” - framed in glass.
Zoom Info
Media posters, that once proudly proclaimed our affinities and tastes upon our walls, such walls being now freshly painted and awaiting new proclamations.
13” x 19” - “Coraline” reading by Neil Gaiman at Cody’s Books in Berkeley, CA, 2002-July-02 - loose flat, in very good condition.
23” x 35” - “The Twilight Zone” 1990 - loose roll, unmounted, well used.
42” x 39” - “Hot Shots Part Deux” & “Robin Hood Men In Tights” theater standee parts - very worn, partly sun faded.
19” x 26” - “Spike & Mike’s Festival of Animation” 1994, featuring Wallace and Gromit - framed in glass.
23” x 34” - “The Breakfast Club” - still sealed in plastic, never opened.
16” x 20” - “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” - framed in plastic.
27” x 39” - “Ghost In The Shell” - mounted on foam core, used but in good shape.
20” x 28” - “Gone With The Wind” - framed in glass.
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Media posters, that once proudly proclaimed our affinities and tastes upon our walls, such walls being now freshly painted and awaiting new proclamations.

  • 13” x 19” - “Coraline” reading by Neil Gaiman at Cody’s Books in Berkeley, CA, 2002-July-02 - loose flat, in very good condition.
  • 23” x 35” - “The Twilight Zone” 1990 - loose roll, unmounted, well used.
  • 42” x 39” - “Hot Shots Part Deux” & “Robin Hood Men In Tights” theater standee parts - very worn, partly sun faded.
  • 19” x 26” - “Spike & Mike’s Festival of Animation” 1994, featuring Wallace and Gromit - framed in glass.
  • 23” x 34” - “The Breakfast Club” - still sealed in plastic, never opened.
  • 16” x 20” - “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” - framed in plastic.
  • 27” x 39” - “Ghost In The Shell” - mounted on foam core, used but in good shape.
  • 20” x 28” - “Gone With The Wind” - framed in glass.

This concludes Chapter One, in which we Fight The Hoard whilst making room for home renovators. Stay tuned for Chapter Two, when many hastily-stowed items are more thoroughly examined before re-acceptance into my living space.

Video game promotional posters, obtained directly from their respective publishers. Donated to the Digital Game Museum, where they will likely receive better longevity care than I can give them, and greater likelihood of being seen and enjoyed by more people who love them as I do.
Batman: Arkham Asylum, by Eidos (dual-sided; both sides shown)
Gauntlet: Dark Legacy, by Midway/Atari
Maximo: Army of Zin, by Capcom
SoulCalibur, by Namco
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Video game promotional posters, obtained directly from their respective publishers. Donated to the Digital Game Museum, where they will likely receive better longevity care than I can give them, and greater likelihood of being seen and enjoyed by more people who love them as I do.
Batman: Arkham Asylum, by Eidos (dual-sided; both sides shown)
Gauntlet: Dark Legacy, by Midway/Atari
Maximo: Army of Zin, by Capcom
SoulCalibur, by Namco
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Video game promotional posters, obtained directly from their respective publishers. Donated to the Digital Game Museum, where they will likely receive better longevity care than I can give them, and greater likelihood of being seen and enjoyed by more people who love them as I do.
Batman: Arkham Asylum, by Eidos (dual-sided; both sides shown)
Gauntlet: Dark Legacy, by Midway/Atari
Maximo: Army of Zin, by Capcom
SoulCalibur, by Namco
Zoom Info
Video game promotional posters, obtained directly from their respective publishers. Donated to the Digital Game Museum, where they will likely receive better longevity care than I can give them, and greater likelihood of being seen and enjoyed by more people who love them as I do.
Batman: Arkham Asylum, by Eidos (dual-sided; both sides shown)
Gauntlet: Dark Legacy, by Midway/Atari
Maximo: Army of Zin, by Capcom
SoulCalibur, by Namco
Zoom Info
Video game promotional posters, obtained directly from their respective publishers. Donated to the Digital Game Museum, where they will likely receive better longevity care than I can give them, and greater likelihood of being seen and enjoyed by more people who love them as I do.
Batman: Arkham Asylum, by Eidos (dual-sided; both sides shown)
Gauntlet: Dark Legacy, by Midway/Atari
Maximo: Army of Zin, by Capcom
SoulCalibur, by Namco
Zoom Info

Video game promotional posters, obtained directly from their respective publishers. Donated to the Digital Game Museum, where they will likely receive better longevity care than I can give them, and greater likelihood of being seen and enjoyed by more people who love them as I do.

  • Batman: Arkham Asylum, by Eidos (dual-sided; both sides shown)
  • Gauntlet: Dark Legacy, by Midway/Atari
  • Maximo: Army of Zin, by Capcom
  • SoulCalibur, by Namco
Original marquee art for various Atari coin-op arcade games. Not replicas. Donated to the Digital Game Museum, where they will likely receive better longevity care than I can give them, and greater likelihood of being seen and enjoyed by more people who love them as I do.
Paperboy
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
Road Runner
California Speed
Rush the Rock: Alcatraz Edition

Original marquee art for various Atari coin-op arcade games. Not replicas. Donated to the Digital Game Museum, where they will likely receive better longevity care than I can give them, and greater likelihood of being seen and enjoyed by more people who love them as I do.

  • Paperboy
  • Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
  • Road Runner
  • California Speed
  • Rush the Rock: Alcatraz Edition
Light-up globe, always reminded us of the final scene in Rocky Horror Picture Show. Last one out, remember to turn it off!  (Pictured atop our vintage Victrola, not scheduled for unhoarding. At least, not yet.)
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Light-up globe, always reminded us of the final scene in Rocky Horror Picture Show. Last one out, remember to turn it off!  (Pictured atop our vintage Victrola, not scheduled for unhoarding. At least, not yet.)
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Light-up globe, always reminded us of the final scene in Rocky Horror Picture Show. Last one out, remember to turn it off!  (Pictured atop our vintage Victrola, not scheduled for unhoarding. At least, not yet.)

Totoro, colored pencil, by wife circa 1997. She doesn’t like it anymore, so perhaps a digital scan will suffice for posterity. (Original size 8.5 x 11)

Totoro, colored pencil, by wife circa 1997. She doesn’t like it anymore, so perhaps a digital scan will suffice for posterity. (Original size 8.5 x 11)

Star Trek insignia, high school skit. I was Spock. My friend’s dad had written the parody script for a fanzine, never expecting it to be performed. An excerpt, paraphrased from poor memory:

KIRK: Spock, what took you so long?
SPOCK: I was in the head, Captain. The sudden movement of the ship caused me to urinate 60% in the bowl, 23% on the rim, and 14% onto the floor.
KIRK: Ah, Spock, I’ve got you this time. That doesn’t add up to 100%.
SPOCK: Correct, Captain. The remaining 3% ran down my pant leg.

The audience went wild for our costumes, authentic sound effects, and battle lurching, but we went on a bit too long; we’d have been smarter to cut it short after scene 1.
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Star Trek insignia, high school skit. I was Spock. My friend’s dad had written the parody script for a fanzine, never expecting it to be performed. An excerpt, paraphrased from poor memory:

KIRK: Spock, what took you so long?
SPOCK: I was in the head, Captain. The sudden movement of the ship caused me to urinate 60% in the bowl, 23% on the rim, and 14% onto the floor.
KIRK: Ah, Spock, I’ve got you this time. That doesn’t add up to 100%.
SPOCK: Correct, Captain. The remaining 3% ran down my pant leg.

The audience went wild for our costumes, authentic sound effects, and battle lurching, but we went on a bit too long; we’d have been smarter to cut it short after scene 1.
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Star Trek insignia, high school skit. I was Spock. My friend’s dad had written the parody script for a fanzine, never expecting it to be performed. An excerpt, paraphrased from poor memory:

KIRK: Spock, what took you so long?

SPOCK: I was in the head, Captain. The sudden movement of the ship caused me to urinate 60% in the bowl, 23% on the rim, and 14% onto the floor.

KIRK: Ah, Spock, I’ve got you this time. That doesn’t add up to 100%.

SPOCK: Correct, Captain. The remaining 3% ran down my pant leg.

The audience went wild for our costumes, authentic sound effects, and battle lurching, but we went on a bit too long; we’d have been smarter to cut it short after scene 1.

First, worship the Z.
Then, meditate upon Z with accompaniment.

The first time you play around with glass-bending is pretty magical. On a dark night, the glow of the torch on a garage workbench, feeling the rigid tube become pliant for the briefest moment before giving way to complete sagging fluidity. For some reason, creative opportunities always begin for me with uninspiring geometric forms.
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First, worship the Z.
Then, meditate upon Z with accompaniment.

The first time you play around with glass-bending is pretty magical. On a dark night, the glow of the torch on a garage workbench, feeling the rigid tube become pliant for the briefest moment before giving way to complete sagging fluidity. For some reason, creative opportunities always begin for me with uninspiring geometric forms.
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First, worship the Z.

Then, meditate upon Z with accompaniment.

The first time you play around with glass-bending is pretty magical. On a dark night, the glow of the torch on a garage workbench, feeling the rigid tube become pliant for the briefest moment before giving way to complete sagging fluidity. For some reason, creative opportunities always begin for me with uninspiring geometric forms.