Friday, June 29, 2007

Farewell to an excellent display space

One of the (few) cool things about my job was the fact that my desk sat high on a mezzanine, and behind that deep, wide shelf was a fifteen foot drop. As you can see it was an excellent area for showing off toys, which provided a splash of color and excitement for my eyes and mind countless times during every day I worked here.

This most recent set-up I dedicated to my JLU figs, although not all of them are here. Some of those figs that have trouble standing up straight are still home on my work table. I'm happy to report progress on the project as recently as just last night (fourteen figures straightened out!), but that's fuel for another post.

(I feel a need to point out that this is not the desk I've been using the past two years, but the one I was unceremoniously moved to just last Monday morning so the new temp could have my old desk. My old desk was a lot neater than this one. It's weird that I even care.)

1 comment:

JPX said...

Wow, I'm so sorry I've taken so long to comment of this! Your display was nothing short of maginificent! It just makes me nervous that you leave huge collections like that at work. I have a ton of figures at wrok as well but I only display things that I could replace or that I have multiples of (e.g., R2D2, C3PO figures, etc). I'd be hellanervous to leave my JLU collection at work!