As I was packing up my room for my move I came across so many things I hadn't come across in a while.
My uncle's overcoat, which I coveted to no end in jr. high because it reminded me of Gambit. During law school my aunt sent it to me as he never used it in Florida. Sadly, I was past my Gambit phase and didn't use it much either.
In 2005 I had this internship at Sony where I didn't have a lot to do, one day one of the paralegals ran into my office to hand me this. For a moment I thought I actually had an assignment. Nope. I had a joke being played on me.
This is my ID from that job. I guess it was a chunky summer.
This is a story I bought on the subway. I never read much of it, but if you're on the subway, selling stories you wrote, printed, and stapled together yourself, I'll probably buy it.
Here are a couple very faint sketches of a theoretical top-secret Provo pop-up restaurant. Where you aren't allowed to talk.
Drew this freehand in 2009. Before Phantom Menace came out, before we knew Darth Maul didn't do much.
These I drew while I was in the MTC. The first is a drawing of a member of the Jerks street gang.
Here is a "Big Daddy" Ed Roth style missionary. This is actually a pretty cool little drawing. Good job, 19 year-old Brigham. But shouldn't you be studying instead of drawing on your notebooks?
From Christmas a few years ago. Dad thought this was hilarious.
My Senior year of High School poetry notebook. From my fiction class.
PlastikMan logo taped onto the back.
This is a page of notebook showing a time when I tried to see how hard it is to write a Sudoku puzzle. I came within a few squares of doing it right.
Two bottles of Vitamin C. Slightly expired.
Last year one of our neighbors was throwing out a big stack of old Highlights magazines from the 50s. Couldn't resist them.
Birthday present from Andy from a few years back.
Seems I've got a lot more checks than I thought I did.
I just decided to cut this post in half. Tomorrow I'll post more of the stuff I re-discovered while packing.