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    Night of the Living Dead Pillow / Beanbag - %8

    Night of the Living Dead Pillow / Beanbag. $8.

    Wow - not quite sure how to describe this. It is basically a really small pillow or beanbag around 10 inches long. It is in new condition. Super cool rendition of everybody's favorite zombie from Romero's Night of the Living Dead. Would look sweet anywhere that violence and extreme gore are appropriate. Why buy? Because 100% of the price, including shipping, will go to a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit community radio station, WCUW broadcasting at 91.3 FM in Worcester, MA and streaming on the WWW at http://wcuw.org/. Buyer pays only actual shipping, which will be modest. Thank you and enjoy!!
    Jon


    Buyer pays only actual shipping. Enjoy!!
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    I have been thinking for a minute about what this pillow has to do with analog photography?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wootsk View Post
    I have been thinking for a minute about what this pillow has to do with analog photography?
    The movie was shot on film!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wootsk View Post
    I have been thinking for a minute about what this pillow has to do with analog photography?
    Possibly that the image on the pillow was shot with analog film. ( I have no clue what I'd do with such a pillow )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steaphany View Post
    Possibly that the image on the pillow was shot with analog film. ( I have no clue what I'd do with such a pillow )
    it is an analog pillow, and not a digital one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steaphany View Post
    ...I have no clue what I'd do with such a pillow
    I'd use it to hold down my prints while mounting on mat board.

    How heavy is it?
    “I drank what?” - Socrates

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    Ding ding ding!! Now that's analog creativity. If it floats your boat I will make the $8 donation myself and send the Mounting Pillow (tm) along to you as a freebie. If you would like to make an itty bitty little donation to APUG in the zombie's name, so much the better!

    Jon



    Quote Originally Posted by ghostcount View Post
    I'd use it to hold down my prints while mounting on mat board.
    How heavy is it?

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    The zombie pillow has been sold. Thanks APUGers for the interest!

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