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  • 1. Golden Half half-frame camera

  • 2. Hand-dyed pysanky (real eggs!)

  • 3. Port Authority and World's Fair frosted glasses

  • 4. Natural Habitat hand-carved wooden bird stamp

  • 5. Paper robot kit

  • 6. Handcrafted wooden salad tongs

  • 7. Ceramic cat mug

  • 8. Rear Ends: Found Photos book

  • 9. Valentine neoprene laptop bag

  • 10. Tedde bear

  • 11. Newspaper rose pin

  • 12. Christopher Cricket on Cats book

  • 13. Count piggy bank

  • 14. Bucky Balls magnetic beads (can be used to create really cool jewelry)

  • 15. "Hell, Yes!" mug adapted from Ugo Rondinone's artwork,

  • 16. Handcrafted Shaker box

  • 17. Handmade folded magazine bowl

  • 18. Jasmin Tabesch recycled wooden ruler bracelet

  • 19. Michelle Kendrick vintage ring with hand embellishment

  • 20. William Morris Compton T-shirt

  • 21. Pins, $3 each, and shoes

  • 22. Monster wallet

  • 23. Brelli 100 percent biodegradable umbrella

  • 24. Envirosax double-face dinosaur tote

  • 25. Vintage Girl Guide jacket circa 1940s World's Fair

1. Golden Half half-frame camera

Photographs: Beth Levendis

1. Golden Half half-frame camera, $55, at International Center of Photography

2. Hand-dyed pysanky (real eggs!), $35 each, at Ukrainian Museum

3. Port Authority and World’s Fair frosted glasses, $18 each, at Queens Museum of Art

4. Natural Habitat hand-carved wooden bird stamp, $13, at Society of Illustrators, 128 E 63rd St between Lexington and Park Aves (212-838-2560, societyillustrators.org)

5. Paper robot kit, $13, at American Folk Art Museum

6. Handcrafted wooden salad tongs, $16, at American Folk Art Museum

7. Ceramic cat mug, $21, at American Folk Art Museum

8. Rear Ends: Found Photos book, $14.95, at International Center of Photography

9. Valentine neoprene laptop bag, $35, at MoMA Design Store

10. Tedde bear, $17.95, at Society of Illustrators

11. Newspaper rose pin, $5, at American Folk Art Museum

12. Christopher Cricket on Cats book, $12, at American Folk Art Museum

13. Count piggy bank, $25, at Museum of Arts & Design

14. Bucky Balls magnetic beads (can be used to create really cool jewelry), $30, at Museum of Arts & Design

15. “Hell, Yes!” mug adapted from Ugo Rondinone’s artwork, $13.50, at New Museum of Contemporary Art

16. Handcrafted Shaker box, $45, at American Folk Art Museum

17. Handmade folded magazine bowl, $108, at Museum of Arts & Design

18. Jasmin Tabesch recycled wooden ruler bracelet, $258, at Museum of Arts & Design

19. Michelle Kendrick vintage ring with hand embellishment, $88, at Museum of Arts & Design

20. William Morris Compton T-shirt, $40, at Metropolitan Museum of Art Store

21. Pins, $3 each, and shoes, $14, all made out of old kimonos, at American Folk Art Museum

22. Monster wallet, $12.95, at American Folk Art Museum

23. Brelli 100 percent biodegradable umbrella, $60, at Noguchi Museum

24. Envirosax double-face dinosaur tote, $12, at Museum of Arts & Design

25. Vintage Girl Guide jacket circa 1940s World’s Fair, $250, at Queens Museum of Art

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