To Hell And Back
All These Metal Reissues Are Going to Kill Me
On the evolving dialectics of metal materialism and some killer new tunes from Anicon, Down Among the Dead Men, Closet Witch, Churchburn, and more.
RIP Bill Gold, the Genius Who Designed All Your Favorite Movie Posters
The iconic artist died at age 97.
The Dr. Frankenstein of Discount Toys Will Behead Your Favorite Dinosaur
Ian Burkard transforms vintage toys into totally unique hybrid creatures.
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Does Anyone Still Give a Shit About Record Store Day?
Has it been ruined by major label releases and weasels flipping everything on eBay or is it still "Christmas" for music fans? We asked the people of Sheffield.
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Teens Apparently Love Collecting ‘Big Mouth Billy Bass’ and Other Animatronics
Those grating toys from Spencer's Gifts might be worth more than you think thanks to teens.
This Guy Loves His 13,000 Pens
The Norwegian photographer Kristine Wathne recently embarked on a quest to document some of her country's strangest collections.
The World's Largest Private Sports Memorabilia Collection Is On Display—For Now
After more than two decades, super collector Gary Cypres finally opened his legendary memorabilia collection to the public. But the display, and the collection itself, won't last forever.
These People Are Going Beanie-Baby Levels of Crazy over Tiny Animal Toys
Drawn to the brand's feel-good philosophy and irresistible whimsy, discerning collectors are blowing thousands on Sylvanian families, a Japanese range of little toy creatures.
What Some of the World's Biggest 'Playboy' Collectors Think of Its Nudity-Free Rebrand
The magazine's decision to move away from full nudity made headlines and resulted in a spat between Hugh Hefner's son and the company he founded. But what do the magazine's biggest fans think?
From Broken Roofs to Broken Marriages: Meeting Some of the Most Obsessive Vinyl Hoarders
Welcome to a world where people make huge sacrifices just to feed their engrossing love for music.
Here's How NADA Keeps It Fresh
New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) Executive Director Heather Hubbs gives us the lowdown on putting together a highlight of Miami Art Week.
Synthetic DNA Could Soon Be Used to Thwart Art Fraud
At the University at Albany, scientists and art specialists are developing new standards to identify and track priceless works of art.