I had this idea for a shirt that was made for some kind of skater thug or goon that would just walk around with this in an over-sized tunic style. I drew each monster and had them printed individually on the shirt. Each monster (12 drawings) had to be printed dried printed and repositioned 12 times. This is a work of art and not just some T-shirt, but I know that folks are used to seeing shirts that are printed by a computer--this is not that case with this piece. Production ran high with these and I only made a limited edition. Each is different from the next. ( b = back and f= front )
**Note I have one in stock that is mounted as one large piece same color, but we can also make the two piece version that is pictured in the second photo.
A.G.C has made a very limited edition of the moon in super size scale. The chart is not only a beautiful piece, but has all the details of the formations on the moon. Piece has a nice light blue tint on the moon against a rich deep black. Piece is screen printed on heavy drawing paper then mounted on linen and is ready to hang with no framing needed. Measures approximately 52" x 58.5
This massive straight edge came from an old Chicago barber shop. Piece was propped on the counter for many years. Piece is very realistic that at first look it appears to be a regular sized piece. The Handle is wood with brass fixtures and a steel blade. The blade could be sharpened but maintains a flat edge for safety. Measures 14.5" closed and about 28.5" opened
Terrifying! Grotesque! Nightmarish!... These are just a few thoughts you might have when looking at these shoes, but you will also fall in love with the high craft that went into shaping these fine professional clown shoes (C.1950). Fine leather stitching and a very soft buttery leather that has been well taken care of all of these years and now after all this time we have scary American folk art. It's not that I am into clowns--its that I like to find objects that have undeniable presence. Here it is. Measures: 14" heel to toe and 8" Wide
Why hunt for a full set when I have them here for you? These are really nice and came out of a legit lab. I got them from a fella who had them stashed in his studio. These were wash out long ago, but can probably use another wash. Some are hand etched and come with glass stoppers except for one. Use them in your studio and pour your turp or tar and acid in them. You will meditate for hours staring at liquids in these beauties. About 8"-14" in height 5 total
These kids were bad. Not paying attention in class and carving all types of profanities and wickedness-- that make being a kid fun! I have two of these that are very durable and can accept acid, fire, and whatever evil you can unleash on these. A unique piece to punk up your tidy home. Measures: 21" x 60" x 30"H . We have two in stock!
I had someone looking for one of these a while back--problem is I can't remember which customer it was! Anyways, here is the piece that took a while to find. It is an old spring display case that was used to store hundreds of different types of springs. What is so cool about this handy unit is that you can use it to store studio gear or small items that are typically all over your workstation. Piece is a deep olive color and has your typical dings and age old wear . Each drawer has unique slots and trays (usually two deep) to allow for plenty of small storage. The placards on the front can be removed--they are old card stock that is very old and can be replaced by your labels. Measures: 20.5" W x 13 3/4" D x 11 3/8" H and Drawers are 2 1/4" H x 18 3/4" W
All original and broken in nicely these chairs were removed from an old 1930's theater. Original paint, seats and brass number placards remain on all of these seats. We can offer you any configuration you need to fit your space. Shown is a set of two, but sections can be added or reduced to meet your needs. As shown over all width is 45"--seat dimensions are 15 x 15 and height of seat is 17". Made by the American Seating Co. Beautiful and classic detailing make these the perfect accent and occasional seating in tricky short walls or the perimeter of a room.
These old bronze lights have that great color from being exposed to water that they have developed a nice patina inside and out. Lights have been rewired to accept any standard bulb and we outfitted them with a nice tube light for nice ambient lighting. Lights pivot and also come mounted on a stand that allows height adjustments. Pieces make great accent lighting. As shown lights measure (body) 8" x 8" W with a height to top of light angled as shown 17"
This 1940's florescent desk lamp is in impeccable condition. All original paint and wiring that looks as fresh as the day it was made. I had another matching piece that clamped to a desk but never managed to make it to the site--if you are wicked enough to strip it down to the steel you would have the coolest light around. Measures 18.5" W (shade) and 12" H
Simple, clean, and good looking. We designed this no fuss light taking from classic industrial elements we love and combining them into a highly functional and classic desk lamp. Base is 'blued' unfinished steel against brushed aluminum body and hardware topped with a steel parabolic shade. Measures: 30" H as shown upright and can extend out from rod to tip approximately 30" end of rod to shade tip.