Despite an acting career that included nearly 100 credits and memorable roles over a 40-year span, Bill Paxton‘s cardboard credits are few.
He’s got just eight certified autographs in two products.
The 61-year-old actor died this weekend after complications due to a surgery and that means many fans might be seeking a memento that they had meant to track down but hadn’t done yet.
If you’re a movie or music fan, there’s plenty to collect — but you may not have seen items like the ones found in Garageland.
Take for instance the Star Warhol Series — a lineup of prints that mesh the iconic worlds of Star Wars and Andy Warhol. The Campbell’s Soup can is R2-D2 above, for example, while the pop artist’s famed style is also seen in other pieces from the Los Angeles-based company founded by a street artist known as Xray back in 2010.
Movies aren’t the only pieces to be found as there are also concert posters to be had, too.
Today’s apparently National Pizza Day, and, while it’s totally one of those meaningless Internet holidays, it’s still real.
And so is this baseball card.
In 1988, the Detroit Tigers’ 1968 championship was revisited in a forgettable card set that included this “Avoid The Noid” coupon card. If you don’t remember The Noid — or past pizza sets — keep reading.