Aunt Ippy’s Museum of Junk

Jodi and Jimi introduce their Aunt Ippy, who is an expert at “waste management.” This dedicated recycler has built a raft out of plastic milk jugs and a tall tower of toilet-paper tubes. But what the resourceful woman is really famous for is her Museum of Junk, a marvelous barn-like structure—adorned with classical columns—where she displays anything she can’t find a use for. When a man appears in search of a Roto-Spinner, Jodi and Jimi help their aunt scour the museum for the elusive item. (Source)

Author: Musho Rodney Alan Greenblat

Author Musho Rodney Alan Greenblat is world famous for his whimsical and engaging artwork. In New York City, his wacky colorful sculptures and paintings became an integral part of the ballooning East Village Art scene of the 1980s. In 2013, Rodney became a senior Buddhist student and received the Buddhist name “Musho.” Musho now lives in the upstate New York town of Catskill.

Portrait photo of author Musho Rodney Alan Greenblat. He is dressed in a blue plaid button up shirt and a blue cardigan with blue-framed glasses, smiling. Behind him is a wall covered in his art.
Author Musho Rodney Alan Greenblat (Source)

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