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For the seasoned scavenger, the streets of New York City are more art-filled than the Louvre. In some neighborhoods, on garbage day the sidewalks become one large flea market, dotted with discarded furniture, lamps and paintings, which end up in city landfills unless claimed by a curious passerby. One such treasure hunter is Nelson Molina, a sanitation worker whose 20 years on the job has turned him into the world’s most unsuspecting art collector. The New York Times’s incredible portrait on Molina reveals a man whose passion for collecting has filled the second story of a sanitation department garage on Manhattan’s east side.

Molina began by picking up a few discarded items to brighten up the locker room at the sanitation garage. Now, paintings, trinkets and sculptures line the walls and reach to the rafters. “I would call it more than a gallery,” said Robin Nagle, an anthropologist who keeps up with Molina’s finds. “Maybe a collection, a museum, an archive.” The city prohibits sanitation workers from keeping any garbage discoveries for personal use, but Molina skirts the law by keeping the treasures on display at the public garage.

To many, Molina’s collection might look like a pile of junk, but through his meticulous arranging and collecting, he exhibits one of the most powerful human qualities: seeing value where others can’t.

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Chappell Ellison is a designer, writer and design writer. She currently lives in Brooklyn, New York where she serves as a contributor for The Etsy Blog and design columnist for GOOD.

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  • lcarlsonjewelry

    Liesl Carlson from lcarlsonjewelry says: Featured

    One man's trash is another man's teasure. That is what they say right? I am always amazed at what people throw away. Most things have so much life left in them, there is always someone who could use it

    2 years ago

  • fbstudiovt

    Laura Hale from FoundBeautyStudioArt says: Featured

    A curated collection at its best! I'm in awe of the care and time that's gone into the finding and displaying of all these pieces of someone else's past. He's created a glimpse into a 1,000 different lives. Amazing.

    2 years ago

  • lovelyfeverboutique

    Jessica from LovelyFever says: Featured

    I am so glad to hear that treasures are being saved from the landfill. I can imagine that there are a wealth of art items to be found in dumpsters. My parents used to be apartment managers when they were a young married couple and were able to salvage many useful household items from the apartment dumpsters. People that are moving tend to get rid of stuff the easiest way possible.

    2 years ago

  • ellenwillingham

    Ellen R. Willingham says: Featured

    I'm a collector and have lots of very interesting finds from yard sales, flea markets, thrift stores and even one dumpster find in the recycle (paper and glass and plastic) bin where I live. I think one tenant was moving out and had literally just placed this fine and professionally framed print there, at which point I retrieved it in a heart beat! I've found more cool stuff over the years and literally for a song. For me it's the thrill of the hunt. I've found sterling silver, gold, copper, pewter, very old antiques, etc. ....and sung my heart out over these wonderful finds.

    2 years ago

  • MyHomemadeHome

    Susannah from HandmadeBySusannah says:

    In the UK we have a number of scrap yard millionaires. One man's rubbish.... I applaud.

    2 years ago

  • silviaberrios1

    Silvia Berrios from DesignsbySilvia says:

    My favorite story so far this week. Recycling art work, fabulous concept. Maybe Mr. Molina should try to sell some pieces of his collection on Etsy???

    2 years ago

  • chickfamilyink

    Shane Chick from chickfamilyink says:

    I love trash picking. Though the picking are little less interesting here in Maine.

    2 years ago

  • LivingVintage

    LivingVintage from LivingVintage says:

    Great story! Art can be where you least expect it. I still regret not picking up a gold display cherub outside a major jewelry store in Philadelphia.

    2 years ago

  • accentonvintage

    accentonvintage from accentonvintage says:

    Kudos to a man who has passion for rescuing thrash!

    2 years ago

  • VintageEyeFashion

    VintageEyeFashion from VintageEyeFashion says:

    Art is everywhere...everyday. Thanks for this wonderful post!

    2 years ago

  • lcarlsonjewelry

    Liesl Carlson from lcarlsonjewelry says: Featured

    One man's trash is another man's teasure. That is what they say right? I am always amazed at what people throw away. Most things have so much life left in them, there is always someone who could use it

    2 years ago

  • volkerwandering

    Jess from volkerwandering says:

    What an awesome story! You never know what you will find. The saying "one ma's trash is another man's treasure" is true, especially with old objects!

    2 years ago

  • jgaido

    Josie from JosiesBoutique says:

    great article!

    2 years ago

  • thedancingwren

    Annie from thedancingwren says:

    this is amazing. glad i'm not the only one that stops for "trash" on the side of the road :)

    2 years ago

  • ZenBrush

    ZenBrush from ZenBrush says:

    The best kind of recycling...♥ ...

    2 years ago

  • wheatleypaperworks

    M Wheatley from wheatleypaperworks says:

    I've had a number of great finds curbside. Old frames are a common score and after I sand them down or paint them up they look brilliant filled with an original painting. I was told when I was young by an old islander that I had the spirit of the "beachcomber" in me and I guess it's still true. I draw the line at upholstered things though...What's the saying? "One man's vermin...?"

    2 years ago

  • LeasaMarie

    Leasa from LeasaDesigns says:

    We have helped a young man, on his own for the first time, furnish his apartment by picking up furniture with "free" please take signs by the side of the road. A perfect way to recycle!! I also found my wooden art table that way!! :)

    2 years ago

  • BlessHue

    Keiko from BlessHue says:

    It is an interesting eco movement :-) I remember one scene on a recent comedy movie (forgot the title), a guy is excited about a fresh trash box on a street, hopped in there and found a cool straw hat and some decor.

    2 years ago

  • ParisCabinet

    JD Kohler from ParisCabinet says:

    You never know! Amazing collection and I think it's great that he alone, Molina, decides if it is worth hanging. "Molina Museum of Trash Treasures." Great story and link to article.

    2 years ago

  • EmiliaFaith

    Edie Ann from OhHoneyHush says:

    Wonderful story!! :)

    2 years ago

  • ExpressoItaliano

    Antonella Monte from ExpressoItaliano says:

    You can even imagine how many treasures my family and I found...here in Italy people throw away real pieces of art....thanks to them!!

    2 years ago

  • mattyhandmadecrafts

    Matejka Max from NattyMatty says:

    BRAVO!!!

    2 years ago

  • EmSewCrazy

    Emily from EmSewCrazy says:

    Very interesting! Wish I could go see it!

    2 years ago

  • jammerjewelry

    jammerjewelry from jammerjewelry says:

    Art is truly in the eye of the beholder, thanks for article.

    2 years ago

  • nicolerisinger

    Nicole Risinger from SoSewOrganized says:

    "One man's trash" is sometimes better than buying something new! So glad that this man realizes the value of hanging on to this collection.

    2 years ago

  • priscilapeters

    Priscila Peters from HeartsandDecor says:

    Wow. This is amazing. Love to know that there are people that still care and try to make our days a little better with art for everyone!

    2 years ago

  • ljchip

    Laura C from BlackKittenVintage says:

    Jealous-what a secret plus to the job!

    2 years ago

  • LaManche

    LaManche from LaManche says:

    I found a lovely old terracotta sink the other day by a wheelie bin. It weighed a ton and my husband had to go and get the car! If my daughter's with me though I'm not allowed to 'bin dive,' as she calls it, as she thinks it's the ultimate in embarrassing behaviour. I just hate to think of gorgeous things being crushed or put in landfill. Great story.

    2 years ago

  • ErikaPrice

    Erika from ErikaPrice says:

    Fantastic way to recycle, what a brilliant story!

    2 years ago

  • NewtoyoubyNancy

    Nancy D from RRGS says:

    Would LOVE to visit this garage the next time I am in New York. Where is it and what are the hours? too bad I could not get to see any of this man's good vision to save such things that were written about.

    2 years ago

  • peshka

    Peshka from Peshka says:

    Lovely article!

    2 years ago

  • lmlois

    Lisa from lmlois says:

    Love it !......I call it curb shopping !

    2 years ago

  • Retrorezurection

    Loraine Gliser from Retrorezurection says:

    Loved the story! Every year Jefferson City,Mo has clean up in the Spring for two weeks(west side one week and east the next). Many nice items are on the curb. This year gathered a couple of valet chairs, vintage end tables and many small items. Even found a Roseville jardin in a hanging macrame! Really hate to see items go in the trash that have more use. I applaud the man in New York!

    2 years ago

  • fbstudiovt

    Laura Hale from FoundBeautyStudioArt says: Featured

    A curated collection at its best! I'm in awe of the care and time that's gone into the finding and displaying of all these pieces of someone else's past. He's created a glimpse into a 1,000 different lives. Amazing.

    2 years ago

  • Parachute425

    Parachute425 from Parachute425 says:

    Great article! Thanks.

    2 years ago

  • RonandNoy

    Erica from RonandNoy says:

    My husband and I are always on the lok out for some great trash (LOL). I agree with Lisa from IMLOIS - it really is "curb shopping". We've found amazing pieces

    2 years ago

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  • mysticbag

    simge aydın from MysticWeb says:

    Fantastic way to recycle.Great article!

    2 years ago

  • jbequette

    Judy from JBequetteOilPainting says:

    Thank you, Nelson, for valuing each piece which I am sure was created with much time and care. Even though we hate to think of it, I suppose any of our artwork could end up in this undignified position one day. Did you see the lady on the news who bought a painting for 9.99 at the Goodwill store to reuse the canvas? She decided to Google it and found it was worth 15 to 20 thousand! Wow! I wonder if Nelson has done any research on his finds!

    2 years ago

  • vickynmesa

    vickie Haldane from ToadsGoneWild says:

    I have been buying "junk" vintage furniture at yard sales, swap meets, etc for almost a year now. Stripping old paint, sanding and then hand painting. A lot of beautiful wood under those layers of paint.

    2 years ago

  • ShabbyNChic

    ShabbyNChic from ShabbyNChic says:

    I love that I'm not the only one who sees a large dumpster and wonders what treasures might be inside. ;)

    2 years ago

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  • SilverandEarth

    SilverandEarth from SilverandEarth says:

    Wonderful article!!

    2 years ago

  • myothermind

    Susan from MyOtherMind says:

    If only I had the top floor of a building ! lol

    2 years ago

  • electricbluebird

    electricbluebird from electricbluebird says:

    I come from a long line of pickers. My grandfather got me hooked. I cannot pass a trash bin without peeking.

    2 years ago

  • gospellicea

    Mimi Maru from gospellicea says:

    This is so wonderful. It reminded me of my first time dumpster diving. I love reusing "junk" - I recently rescued a whole pile of encyclopedias that would have been thrown out and I've been turning them into zines bit by bit.

    2 years ago

  • inmyigloo

    Kerri R. Klein from inmyigloo says:

    Awesomeness! The photos are great! I wonder if he would be willing to part with a portion of the findings at some point for some sort of fundraising auction for the department or something of the sort.

    2 years ago

  • LennyMud

    Lenny Mud from LennyMud says:

    Fantastic- plan to visit next time I am in NYc

    2 years ago

  • bittersweetdesign

    Elizabeth Pickett from bittersweetdesign says:

    I understand him completely.

    2 years ago

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  • TheMillineryShop

    Marcia Lacher from TheMillineryShop says:

    One man's ceiling certainly is another man's floor. To a great extent, that is what Etsy is all about too.

    2 years ago

  • dizhasneatstuff

    deb fearon from dizhasneatstuff says:

    Bless you Nelson! thanks for saving all those treasures and "bending" the rules to keep your finds. I miss NYC trash, I found some real treasures and tried to give back by "throwing" away things for others to discover.

    2 years ago

  • forrestinavintage

    Tina Pfeiffer from forrestinavintage says:

    Bravo, Nelson! Thank goodness for all those people that throw out and/or donate their "trash". If not for them, many of us wouldn't be in business and loving what we do here on Etsy! :)

    2 years ago

  • lovelyfeverboutique

    Jessica from LovelyFever says: Featured

    I am so glad to hear that treasures are being saved from the landfill. I can imagine that there are a wealth of art items to be found in dumpsters. My parents used to be apartment managers when they were a young married couple and were able to salvage many useful household items from the apartment dumpsters. People that are moving tend to get rid of stuff the easiest way possible.

    2 years ago

  • kalyxcraftopia

    kalyxcraftopia from kalyxcraftopia says:

    love to find things at curbside! my scavenged desk was a freebie by the dumpster that I use everyday. and it even shows up in the background of many pictures in my shop. :)

    2 years ago

  • BambuEarth

    Amber from BambuEarth says:

    so sweet. i applaud this kind of passion. creative, sustainable, local, frugal and a wonderful story. thanks for sharing. ♥

    2 years ago

  • picklehead

    Karina Pryor from picklehead says:

    Love this story! The slide show was amazing, especially his "thinking office" haha!

    2 years ago

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  • AMSkrafts

    AMSkrafts from AMSkrafts says:

    Thank you for sharing such a great story! He is such a clever man, and generous to keep them on display at a public garage.

    2 years ago

  • ChiarandCo

    chiara giovanna merlini kuhns from ChiarandCo says:

    this is soooo wonderful and so me! I truely love this article...thank you so much! is ther any way to get a few pics of his "museum" finds? it would be fascinating to see what he has collected. again, thank you!

    2 years ago

  • TheWellSeasonedNest

    Karen from TheWellSeasonedNest says:

    Loved this, too. My business card says "Certified Junkologist" although some may say certifiable! Molina's passion and keen eye are amazing!

    2 years ago

  • wrightsan

    Sandra Wright from wrightsan says:

    The trouble with "dumpster diving" is that it sometimes leads to a bit of hoarding.... someday someone will have fun dumpster diving in our barn full of finds! That being said, my husband has supplied our grandkids with every size appropriate bike from the dump and some have been UNUSED!

    2 years ago

  • birdie1

    Laurie from BirdinHandVTG says:

    He's got the fever - the one that propels us vintage purveyors! I wouldn't say that he "skirts" the law but he's well within the law and does it one better - by sharing his finds in an artistic manner with the community.

    2 years ago

  • Tersjustbeachy

    Terri G from Tersjustbeachy says:

    Its amazing what can be found out"junking"!! I like to find things that I can recycle into beautiful items for my Etsy store!! I totally understand the drive to look into a pile of "trash"!! Probably why I became a beachcomber! One of the best beach comber days I ever had was when they were cleaning up our favorite beach in Florida. They were removing truckloads of buried rocks to make it easier for the Turtles to make their nest. They in turn dumped the rocks into a huge pile where there was thousands of seashells mixed in!! My oldest daughter and I spent hours and hours picking through those rocks looking for gems. We even went back the next day just to pick! We still talk about it!

    2 years ago

  • andreanne12

    Andree Anne M from rosemauve says:

    Great story!

    2 years ago

  • JewelMeShop

    Georgia from JewelMeShop says:

    Congrats Nelson! Thanks for inspiring all of us!

    2 years ago

  • provjewels

    Aracely Curtis from VintageHoopla says:

    This is probably the only reason I would like to live in New York...ha!

    2 years ago

  • Smockedresses

    Gavella Smocked Dresses from gavella says:

    Good collection♥

    2 years ago

  • TheHickoryTree

    Linda from TheHickoryTree says:

    Dumpster Diving. I believe someone wrote a book on that very topic. "Oh the treasures you can find in another man's (or woman's) trash".

    2 years ago

  • CopperheadCreations

    Sarah from CopperheadCreations says:

    I bet he finds some interesting things here! People throw away some crazy amazing things in this city. And what a silly law - better these things end up being recycled by someone than on top of a giant pile that is ever-growing.

    2 years ago

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  • badgrammar

    Tasha Lee from badgrammar says:

    I wonder how many handmade oddities he find in there?

    2 years ago

  • SavonsFrais

    Susann Weinberg from SavonsFrais says:

    Love to treasure hunt! Some communities make it illegal, though. The best place to scavenge through dumpsters is on college campuses: 20 half filled bottles of laundry detergent in them. You just add them all together and you've got free laundry detergent for quite awhile! Reams of loose leaf and composition paper, unopened. Packs and packs of pens and pencils, 24 individually wrapped toilet paper. Unreal the wastefulness of our society.

    2 years ago

  • Starbrightlita

    Laulita from Bombons says:

    Great Story and a great use of other people's junk!

    2 years ago

  • jmayoriginals

    jean from jmayoriginals says:

    would love to see his collection in person. i'm all for saving useful objects from the landfill. kudos to him!

    2 years ago

  • richardwb2

    Richard W. Biasi from RichardsFabulousFind says:

    I have an uncle that used to work on the city truck back in my home town of Savanna, Illinois. It was amazing the stuff he would pick up. It is true what they say, "One man's trash is another man's treasure"............

    2 years ago

  • scal12

    Payson A from SecondStarDesignCo says:

    Wow! What a cool idea! I love seeing something old and unwanted become new and useful again. What a great example of recycling!

    2 years ago

  • aimeejvmoore

    Aimee and Jamie from thinkinanddinkin says:

    Absolutely love this!!! Our daughters and I do the same thing. We map the monthly garbage days when people are allowed to fill the curb with trash. We hit the good neighborhoods and come home with lots of treasures to re-purpose. University campuses are great picking places too...especially at the end of the school year!

    2 years ago

  • sadiesez

    Diana from sadiesez says:

    What a cool story! He's got a pretty good eye. Just goes to show that art can brighten any space :)

    2 years ago

  • thevicagirl

    VaLon Frandsen from thevicagirl says:

    I love the idea. I've always thought those New York garbages have got to be pretty interesting, but that is just cool. Too bad we didn't have many pictures.

    2 years ago

  • ellenwillingham

    Ellen R. Willingham says: Featured

    I'm a collector and have lots of very interesting finds from yard sales, flea markets, thrift stores and even one dumpster find in the recycle (paper and glass and plastic) bin where I live. I think one tenant was moving out and had literally just placed this fine and professionally framed print there, at which point I retrieved it in a heart beat! I've found more cool stuff over the years and literally for a song. For me it's the thrill of the hunt. I've found sterling silver, gold, copper, pewter, very old antiques, etc. ....and sung my heart out over these wonderful finds.

    2 years ago

  • spiderbunny

    Jessa Cady from Spiderbunny says:

    Great article! I bet that would be a really cool thing to see. ^ . ^

    2 years ago

  • mernamosa

    Merna from InfiniteTrends says:

    thats really cool. be sure to check my etsy out!

    2 years ago

  • butler295

    elizabeth butler from Theartisanmonkey says:

    My children used to give me a hard time because I've always been the curbside connoisseur. I have practically furnished my entire household with items that have been discarded, which have absolutely nothing wrong with them, other than the people were tired of them. Doing a paper route in the early hours you get the best finds. and on my other job my routes take me all over the Valley and you'ld be surprised what you can find.

    2 years ago

  • takeapicturedesigns

    Lynne from RiverSpring says:

    Curb shopping, around here many do it! This man has taken it to a whole new level! from Lynne

    2 years ago

  • huiBs

    Hui Boon Khor from HuiBs says:

    Only in great cities with small living spaces where it's more expensive to move than to junk do you find great curbside bargains! When I was living in NYC, I was an avid curbside (and my apartment's basement) shopper. In Singapore, where I am now, it's slim pickings at the bulky refuse collection area. Partly because my neighborhood rag and bone man (a person who resells recyclable junk to ... Recycling centers) is very 'keen'. Partly because it's just socially not acceptable to shift thru your neighbors refuse. Partly because people here hold on to their things. Really! I only ever see them throw boxes! There's always a friend of a friend who is interested in a hand me down .... And there's always the Salvation Army ......anyway, I miss curbside shopping..... Sigh!

    2 years ago

  • LittleWrenPottery

    Victoria Baker from LittleWrenPottery says:

    Awesome story, I guess if more people traded or swapped what they had there wouldn't be so much landfill.

    2 years ago

  • metroretrovintage

    metroretrovintage from metroretrovintage says:

    I remember hearing about Molina years ago -- and I think it's wonderful that he's rescued so much. Kudos, and excellent article.

    2 years ago

  • Motleycouture

    Motleycouture from Motleycouture says:

    I love your article. Treasure hunting is so much fun. I admire people who have an eye for designing something out of a scrap of metal or material. motleycouture

    2 years ago

  • songbird58

    Tina from songbird58 says:

    One man's trash in another man's treasure!

    2 years ago

  • PotteryHeaven

    Martina from PotteryHeaven says:

    What a fabulous article. It's wonderful to see how others can reuse what we have deemed "trash". It really is all about your perspective and your ability to see the "beauty" within.

    2 years ago

  • LilBeeDesigns

    Lillian Bolster from LilBeeDesigns says:

    Trash day is sometimes shopping day and drinving arounfd the neighborhood becomes window shopping.

    2 years ago

  • Lorellah

    Lorella Dia from LorellaDia says:

    oh wow! In Italy it was like this many years ago. Now people have finally understood the value of old things that may be reused by someone else. and so it is difficult to find "beauties" in the trash!!!

    2 years ago

  • FreakyPeas

    FreakyPeas from FreakyPeas says:

    When I was a kid. We would ride our bikes around the neighborhood going through peoples trash. We decorated our fort with it.

    2 years ago

  • Ihaveit4U

    Cards N Boxes from cardsandboxes says:

    Wow, that's amazing! Although after seeing the first picture in slide show I did get a bit claustrophobic! I always put things that I don't need anymore next to our apartment dumpster for the divers. I can see them through my kitchen window in the mornings collecting cans and such

    2 years ago

  • NormaLant

    Norma from TrueColorsBoutique says:

    I so much enjoy your articles

    2 years ago

  • worldcoincufflinks

    Maura Reynolds from worldcoincufflinks says:

    Fantastic article, anything retro which can be upcycled will always be in demand.

    2 years ago

  • suspiciousmiss

    J. Renee' from SuspiciousMiss says:

    I think there's something inherently american about the ability to find beauty in garbage and to make something out of nothing... a blessing and a curse I suspect...

    2 years ago

  • KaiceJoy

    Kirsti Joy from KaiceJoy says:

    Neat idea....I know I would feel extremely humbled and oddly thankful if I found out my "garbage" was rescued for art and on display!!!

    2 years ago

  • FrickandFrackScraps

    Bradley from FrickandFrackScraps says:

    Great read! Good ideas and what a great way to create!

    2 years ago

  • prudencecanfield

    Prudence Canfield from PruVisions says:

    I too have made it my mission to rescue abaondoned treasures. I guess you could consider me a landfill alternative artist.

    2 years ago

  • barbielaptopfan

    Barbie-laptop- fan says:

    Working at barbie-laptop.com, I see a lot of minor dent and scratch toys getting tossed away. A local artist, here, has been begging our company to pass them all on to him so he can use them on his projects. After reading this inspiring story, I am compelled to push for my company to work with him. I'm glad I came! :-D

    2 years ago

  • barbielaptopfan

    Barbie-laptop- fan says:

    UPDATE: I just got an email from the head of our department saying that our local artist's request for every dent and scratchBarbie laptop to be donated to him (rather than the landfill) will be granted. I'm curious to see what he does with the damaged toys in the coming months. I'll report back here with the results. ;-)

    2 years ago

  • barbielaptopfan

    Barbie-laptop- fan says:

    Okay, I just learned that the Barbie laptop artist wants our company to truck our broken toys to his studio, ourselves! OMG, Is he serious?! Hmmm, I'm starting to not appreciate "garbage artists", anymore. I hope it's just him. :-/

    2 years ago

  • sethers

    Mena from menasgarden says:

    Its so true, what one man"s trash is another man"s treasure! Thank you so much for the inspiration! I was starting to feel a little unconfident in my jewelry, but you gave me a sparkle again. (all my jewelry is from thrown-away materials)

    2 years ago

  • CoreandMantle

    Alayna from CoreandMantle says:

    I'm always finding cool stuff in parking lots...old keys, nails, screws. There's a lot we can do to reuse the stuff that's been trashed by others if we just let our imaginations run free! ; )

    2 years ago

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    Manjur Ahmed says:

    Online Top Movies: Mughal-E-Azam (1960),Best Hindi Films - Top 25 Bol... http://topmovieoftheyear.blogspot.com/2012/08/mughal-e-azam-1960best-hindi-films-top.html?spref=tw

    2 years ago

  • agwagon

    Chris from agwagon says:

    Wow what a cool idea http://www.ebay.com/itm/390455295384?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649#ht_500wt_949

    2 years ago

  • sazzy15

    sarah maunder from RetroTreasureChest says:

    I love this. Iv always thought about looking in a dump, no matter how trashy and distasteful it sounds as lots of treasures can be found there. Unfortunately here in the UK it isn't easy to access the 'garbage skips' like the ones USA has, use is more of a building site for trash. So unfortunate. Although one day in my little street (well it is more like 4 houses, as i live within an elderly area) someone dumped to suitcases. Shame they weren't vintage, but it was brilliant timing as I had a holiday the next month and needed a suitcase :) It was a great one too because it was made to look old, nice leather brown! So of course I took it. I love surprises like that. So big thumbs up to Nelson!! And nice sneaky way of curbing the law ;) here's a few of my vintage treasures if you wish to peek!: http://www.etsy.com/shop/RetroTreasureChest

    2 years ago