• The Boomboxes of Boom
  • The Boom Bible
  • Photographs by Daniel Field
  • This is Wrench Pilot by Mel Bend. Andy Jenkins is one of the finest people I have ever known.
  • This was the trophy we won for the Video Game Awards in 2008.
  • There are several stories about how these cats ended up being good luck charms. The one I like is where a king in Japan was walking through a castle and this cat waved to him. When he walked over to pet the cat a huge beam fell out of the ceiling in the exact spot the king was standing in before he went over. Believing the cat was signaling him and saved his life, the waiving cats ended up a symbol for safety and protection. They are often used in retail stores also as good luck for a healthy business.
  • I used this for the band I was in during the early '90s. I spray painted it because I wanted it to look like Pepto Bismol.
  • This is a set piece from Where The Wild Things Are. It is from the scene where Carol shows Max the miniature city he has built in a cave.
  • Jason was given this big bass drum while filming “The Darjeeling Limited” in India. It reads Coconut Records in English on one side and in Hindi on this one.
  • Bust of Brian Wilson made by his merchandise company. Brian ended up not liking them so they were never sold. This one is number 93 of 1000. I think the company had to destroy most of them.
  • Totem poles are magical. Chicago has a huge one on Belmont by the lake. I got this one at the Field Museum. It was made by a Native American in Alaska.
  • This tiny painting was done by my Aunt Nelle about 50 years ago. She would take empty Spam cans and twist them up to look like framed painting and then paint scenes on the front. She was a real successful painter who had her own gallery in Laguna Beach. I love this because it is proof you can make beautiful things out of nothing…things people normally throw away.
  • This is a limited edition statue that MoWax made for Mark Gonzales. Mark drew different things on each one. This one says on the back “Love and Lovely meet ugly…Lovelyness they are friends."
  • Painted by my son Oliver when he was in second grade. I love the blood coming out of the eye sockets.