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NATIONAL CABLE NETWORK AND THE PRODUCERS OF “MY COLLECTION OBSESSION”

ARE CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR SERIOUS AND DEDICATED COLLECTORS OF ALL KINDS.

 

IS COLLECTING A PART OF YOUR DAILY LIFE?

 

ARE PARTS OF YOUR COLLECTION IN EVERY ROOM OF YOUR HOUSE?

 

DO YOU HAVE UNIQUE AND SPECIAL OBJECTS THAT YOU ARE EXTREMELY PROUD OF?

 

 

IF INTERESTED, PLEASE CONTACT  MYCOLLECTIONOBSESSION@GMAIL.COM. IF AVAILABLE, PLEASE ALSO INCLUDE ANY PHOTOS, ARTICLES, OR VIDEOS THAT WILL HELP US ASSESS THE EXTENT OF YOUR COLLECTION. ALL SUBMISSIONS WILL BE KEPT FOR INTERNAL USE ONLY.

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I can't belive that - its hard to imagin that somone can have all of that cool and crazy stuff, also was that a imperial that i saw in the video.
I pity whoever gets the short straw and has dusting duties.  A truly phenomenal collection!
Thank you and yes, that is an Imperial.

Tim Gill said:
I can't belive that - its hard to imagin that somone can have all of that cool and crazy stuff, also was that a imperial that i saw in the video.
Thank you.  It is a chore to clean.  Especially when you live in NYC (tons of dust).

Jim said:
I pity whoever gets the short straw and has dusting duties.  A truly phenomenal collection!

TBH I think you realy need to get some better storage for your lamps - they are fantastic but need to be displayed better

I would love to do a USA lava road trip and check out you guys collections - mabie tied in with the soap lake lava project.

 

What is TBH and who are you referring to? 

Tim Gill said:

TBH I think you realy need to get some better storage for your lamps - they are fantastic but need to be displayed better

I would love to do a USA lava road trip and check out you guys collections - mabie tied in with the soap lake lava project.

 

TBH - 'to be honist', applogies should have been more clear and who I was refering to was you.
Dude - You have got that SO WRONG!  My lamps are displayed perfectly and look amazing!  I'll admit that my Mathmos shelf is a mess and that is being cleared up today, but the last thing I need is better storage.  ANYBODY that has seen them in person agrees.  Displaying 250 lavas and glitters is quite a chore and it took me years of buying the perfect shelving units, etc.  I am QUITE PROUD of how they are displayed.

It's perfect for a NYC apartment.

It's quite the challenge for a heavy collector to find the best organizational units in a NYC apartment. 

I applaud what you are able to display within the limits of living space.

Can't wait to visit the "museum you can touch" heh!

WeeboTech -

 

Thanks, my buckaroo.  I'm still going through "closet lamps" and figuring out what I have and trying to organize & arrange them (as well as clean them).  I just re-did the squiggle lamp shelf (white & black).  It's now 2 shelves.  I spoke with Jonas last night to find out the variations of the white squiggle planters.  I have 4 of them (3 globes) and have one variation.  I also have my pride & joy, the double music box white/gold squiggle.  Much to my surprise (how messed up is this), it turns out that I also have a white squiggle and a black squiggle with pinholes in the bases.  When I spoke to Jonas I told him I didn't have either but, after taking them down and cleaning them today, it turns out I have both.  That made me very happy.

 

Your recommendation for the show couldn't have come at a better time.  I had already started cleaning and organizing the "collectibles room" because we have had a steady stream of guests coming and I wanted to give them a room to sleep in (rather than the couch), but the show gave me an even bigger push to get the lavas up and running.  It's actually a lot of fun doing it and the results are AMAZING!  Thanks again, my friend!

 

We have to start working on that lava lamp book SOON!!!!  Also, you have to come visit SOON!!!!

 

WeeboTech said:

It's perfect for a NYC apartment.

It's quite the challenge for a heavy collector to find the best organizational units in a NYC apartment. 

I applaud what you are able to display within the limits of living space.

Can't wait to visit the "museum you can touch" heh!

I just finished cleaning and arranging all the lavas in the collectibles room.  I haven't finished plugging them all in, but I did do a count and, including lavas, glitters & boilers, there are 172.  Of course there are others floating all over the house and it doesn't include my Florence Art lamps, but that's the count for the one room.
I drool over your FA collection. 

Bryin said:
and it doesn't include my Florence Art lamps, but that's the count for the one room.

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