ARChive founder B. George
A signed copy of Ice-T's album "The Iceberg/Freedom of Speech... Just Watch What You Say!"
B. George holding a rare copy of an early Beach Boys collection signed by the entire group
Novelty Michael Jackson air fresheners
One of the few remaining original copies of Robert Johnson's single, "Me and the Devil Blues"
A limited edition "I Am The Walrus" tie from the '60s
A copy of the "Taxi Driver" soundtrack signed by Robert De Niro, who has a noticeably large signature
A giant poster of Isaac Hayes' "Black Moses" album hanging on the wall
The archives are in order by genres (or cover images) first, and then by artist
A Steve Keene painting made for the ARChive
A giant photo of Iggy Pop signing a woman's breasts
A copy of Queen's "A Night At The Opera" signed by the entire band
The Velvet Underground's third album signed by Lou Reed
"The Silence Of The Lambs" soundtrack signed by director Jonathan Demme
"Hunky Dory" signed by David Bowie
Various Beatles ephemera and tchotchkes
The Rolling Stones' first album signed by the entire band (including Brian Jones)
The Police album "Outlandos d'Amour" signed by the entire group
A ukulele signed by Eddie Vedder and other members of Pearl Jam
An original copy of Bob Marley's "Catch A Fire" signed by the entire band; the sleeve functioned like a real Zippo lighter case
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