Every Wednesday, 20x200 puts up a new artwork for sale. Originally limited to 200 8x10" prints at $20 each, they now offer more expensive larger ones as well. The print offering this Wednesday is Todd McClellan's Old Camera. It—along with other works such as Old Typewriter and Old Flip Clock—is part of McClellan's "Disassembly" series.
Looks like my camera cabinet, only neater.
It shows a Pentax Spotmatic F, one of the most rugged and reliable cameras ever made. The $20 prints are already sold out.
In other news, 20x200's Hey, Hot Shot! competition begins tomorrow*.
(Thanks to SHJ)
*This is not an endorsement.
P.S. Finally, a post that exactly fits one of the post categories.
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Featured Comment by Steve Jacob: "I had a similar picture, since lost, of a Honda CB400/4 engine and gearbox completely stripped down on my workbench. After I painstakingly reassembled the entire engine, I was left with a small 10mm nut and a spring clip. I could not for the life of me place them. I had been extremely careful to reassemble each item by the book, so I spend nearly a day worrying and was just about to strip it all down again when my dad admitted he had planted them there the previous day.... He used to repair clocks, so I did manage to get my own back a year or so later."
Mike replies: That's hysterical! I like your dad's sense of humor.