This is a black velvet painting of Stevie Wonder. I was so horrified/confused by this that I totally forgot to ask the price. I have a tad bit of regret for not picking this beauty up. I mean, it's so super strange. I hope someone that appreciates this snagged it up.
I love this 1970s tin cake plate. The crazy floral pattern is really my style. But my kitchen counter is really full and I would have no place to display this beauty. Also, my cakes never last long enough to require special storage.
This little fellow is Doolittle and belongs to one of the guys that I regularly buy stuff from. Doolittle is a really friendly guy and he just spends the day chilling on a display case of knives. I'm really loving the DERP Doolittle is giving me in this picture.
Now lets start with the goodies that I did take home. I've been collecting animal skulls for around a year now and I always find some good options at the flea. Usually they are overpriced, but occasionally you find something in your budget that is in good condition. This little feller will be joining the 3 other ones on the wall about my TV soon.
I cannot resist cheesy cat art. This piece set me back a whopping $3 and it was worth it. I love how demure and proper this lady is. I have to find a nice spot at eye level to hang her.
More state travel plates! I've been gobbling these up lately. I have a plan to cover a blank wall in my kitchen with a whole bunch of these. Since they are pretty cheap, our collection is growing rapidly. In a few more months I may have enough to start putting them up!
And finally the piece that I am most proud of, Prince. I've always been iffy on taxidermy animals. Something about them being really life-like freaks me out. But I guess through collecting skulls I've warmed up to the idea and finally broke down and purchased this dude. He is in great condition and I got him for a song. Steve wasn't quite so keen at first, but I think he will learn to love Prince.