This is a project of great interest to us here at LIAS. Mike Brodie, also known as “the Polaroid Kid”, left home with a camera and spent the next several years hopping trains all over America. The collected photos of the era have since toured the country in exhibits, ultimately settling down into the 104-page book […]

18 May
The perfect give for the Cretaceous period fan in us all

If you’re looking for a belated Mother’s Day gift this weekend, we may have just the thing. Is your mom by chance a fan of Cretaceous period Tyrannosaurid? She is? Well you’re in luck! Up for bidding this weekend is a nearly complete Tyrannosaurus bataar skeleton (80% of skull & 75% of body intact), with bidding […]

27 Apr
Japanese Imperial armor to go up for auction in May

There are a lot of stupid ways to spend money in this great Supermarket we live in, but I’d have to argue that the $2.5 million this Mogami Do Tosei Gusoku armor is expected to fetch under the auctioneer’s hammer at Bonhams is worth every damn penny. The Edo Period samurai armor is constructed of […]