Tonky sends us "Sweater Bender : A minutelong film about one Wisconsin man's love of St. Vincent De Paul and of used sweaters."
Alex in Sydney, Australia collects everything except "glassware & porcelain (unless it holds beer of course)" and he has an enormous shed in which he arranges his many collections "just-so" for best breathtakingness:
* Tools: workshop / garden / unusual tools (rustier the better - de-rusting is a favorite pastime)The man cave to beat all man sheds - collecting wise (Thanks, Uncle Wilco, via Submitterator)
* Oil Cans, oilers, grease guns.
* Still Cameras / Movie Cameras / Slide Projectors / Movie Projectors and related items.
* Breweriana: drink trays, tankards/steins, cork screws, soda siphons, coasters, bottles etc
* Militaria: esp trench art
* Weaponry: faux: guns, swords, spears, jousting lance, mace, battle axe, war hammer etc
* Native Spears n Bows (some real and some faux)
* Maritime: boats, oars, rowlocks, telescopes, ship lights, ship candle holder etc
* Fishing: rods, reels, baskets, hooks, floats, lures, nets, spear-guns etc
* Pirate related (how do you know if you're a pirate? . . . you just argh!)
* Kitchenalia (yes it's sad - but I like anything old - and they're sort of tools?)
- Julian Barnes On His Favorite Wunderkammer - Boing Boing
- The Wunderkammer that is Webb Gallery - Boing Boing
- Pesco's talk from TEDxSoMa: The World as a Wunderkammer - Boing Boing
- Crocheted Wunderkammer - Boing Boing
- Andy Paiko's wunderkammer of glass sculpture - Boing Boing
- Patrick Segui's wunderkammer art - Boing Boing
- Wacko Jacko's wunderkammer for sale - Boing Boing
- Wunderkammer-esque serving trays - Boing Boing