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    Posted 9 years ago

    ho2cultcha
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    Here's a few of the many bizarre illustrations i've found and clipped and even framed and hung on my wall. i find the ones written in languages i don't understand most interesting. that way i can make up even more bizarre explanations of what they might be.

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    Banksy Gross Domestic Product Rat unsigned limited edition Croydon Screen Print
    Banksy Gross Domestic Product Rat u...
    $820
    KAWS Book Signed Sold Out Phaidon Edition Print Brooklyn What Party Edition 500
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    $580
    2 Antique 19thC Johannes Janssonius Engraved Laid-Paper Astrological Maps
    2 Antique 19thC Johannes Janssonius...
    $153
    FRANK FRAZETTA Countess FANTASY Litho PRINT 17 X 22 Vintage Prints #120
    FRANK FRAZETTA Countess FANTASY Lit...
    $12
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    Banksy Gross Domestic Product Rat unsigned limited edition Croydon Screen Print
    Banksy Gross Domestic Product Rat u...
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    1. walksoftly walksoftly, 9 years ago
      The floating suitcase must have been invented after the sinking of the Titanic.
      Do you think he's tipping his hat to a passing Lady?
      Gotta love early advertising, thanks for sharing.
    2. trunkman trunkman, 9 years ago
      I finally meet the real "Trunkman"!
    3. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 9 years ago
      actually, the floating suitcase was in an 1892 newspaper - 20 years before the titanic.

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