After toying with the idea of Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time or Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas nursery room themes. Soon to be father of Jack Always, daddy Jonaas, eventually decided on Pixar‘s Toy Story films. The next task was how to recreate Andy’s Room. A long time fan of the films, Jonaas used resources and inspirations from Pixar Planet forums along with the films to hash out the rooms every detail. Using material resources from places like Ikea, etsy, Walmart, Target, Kinkos and eBay. Jonaas got to work, based primarily on Andy’s room in Toy Story 2, the room also takes bits and pieces from the other two films. Jonaas first started buying toys resembling Woody and Buzz, Hamm piggy-bank, Rex, and even a bucket of Little Green Army Men with plans to buy more. Moving along with a fresh bucket of sky blue plant the adhesion of bright yellow stars, adding three blue wall-mounted shelves (where the broken toys are exiled to).
This amazing conceptual design by artist Hong-kue Lee gives light to one of the most iconic character in the world Mickey Mouse. The Mickey Mouse Light Bulb is just a concept design not for sale yet but a great idea and thought we would share since it’s Mickey’s birthday!
This super retro looking Mickey Mouse toaster with bread box by Brylane Home includes Mickey and Minnie embossed stencil plates with safety removal tool which creates stenciled toast-as well as plain toast. the toaster has 7 heat settings and slide-out crumb tray. Enameled galvinized iron bread box with vintage-look Mickey decal included for storage. Buy here from Amazon.
The Snoopy Sensor Light operate as a super fashionable street light perfect for any out door walk way. This is a great gift for any Peanuts fan or Snoopy and his compadrea Woodstock! CONTINUE READING →→→
Forrest J Ackerman or Mr. Science Fiction Estate Auction will showcase seven decades of science fiction and classic movie memorabilia… CONTINUE READING →→→