Flea markets are great places to find unique gift items, antiques, and rare collectibles. Attenders can usually chat with vendors to get reduced prices on the goods they are purchasing, but a little known fact is that trading or even selling goods is also commonplace.
We all love to shop on Ebay, if you search enough you can find some real hidden gems – as well as other ‘unique’ finds! Our love for Ebay shopping inspired us to put together an infographic about Ebay. A car is sold every 2 seconds on Ebay and a toy car is sold every 25 seconds! We can safely say that cars are very
In the 1940’s London art scene, Kurt Schwitters was not a happy Englander. But luckily, his life took a positive turn. In 1945, he wrote about a strange man who had a glass nose. This developed into the story that a person with a glass nose could reflect the most unusual colors and lights. These are the colors often found in pop art.
At some point in their lives most people have started a collection of something or other. It is a practice that often begins in childhood with some collectors largely abandoning their quest when they become adults and others carrying on or forming new collections as they develop hobbies and interests.
The legacy of Superman began in 1932, when teenage comic writers Jerry Seigel and Joe Schuster created their fanzine, “Science Fiction: The Advance Guard of Future Civilization.” The first Superman would have been unrecognizable to modern fans, because, when he first appeared in the third issue of the fanzine, he was an evil villain with super mental powers.