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The African Typic Collection

The African Typic Collection

Build little amps,  young homie. This one costs under 5 bucks for parts but if you are a packrat like me you probably have everything but the chip.

How to Build Your Own Mini Altoids Guitar Amp for About $5

I call this kilted character Tiny MacNutmeg  Its a scott-ish sculpture I made from recycled materials including:  • AG nutmeg spice tin • vegetable steamer parts • tea infuser • scotch tape tin • toy forks  Any fan of vintage spice tins will have a highland fling for this punny fellow. But dont expect any tinny tunes (hes a sculpture not a working bagpiper, after all).  10 x 9 x 12  I started by looking for interesting vintage kitchen pieces to make my kitschy robots. I fastened them…

I call this kilted character Tiny MacNutmeg Its a scott-ish sculpture I made from recycled materials including:

Robots dance in bizarre cadence...moving in machine-like precision to weird, clanding tunes.

Robots dance in bizarre cadence.moving in machine-like precision to weird, clanking tunes.

WALL·E

WALL·E

Mini piano. I remember this being a craze for a short time, and then they disappeared just as quickly as they had appeared. Go fig.

mini electronic pianos we all got for Christmas in the late :)

"Published in 2006 by Chronicle Books, The ACME Catalog: Quality is Our #1 Dream is full of 'fine products used by Looney Tunes characters' including 'iron birdseed, anvils, fake holes' and much more. The ACME Catalog is a humorous look at the many gag products used in Looney Tunes cartoons and is authored by Warner Bros. writer Charles Carney."

The ACME Catalog, Retro Product Catalog For Looney Tunes Fans

Dow Jones Industrial Average (UP) Week ending Whenever I hear about an ACME company, the old Looney Tunes - Roadrunner.

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