They say one man's trash is another man's treasure, which is pretty much the only way to explain each of Tonya Harding's three marriages. Making the discarded dope, Treasure I Land.
From a dude who spent decades working in the entertainment biz snapping up all the promotional material, junk mail, and other ephemera folks were going to discard, TIL takes a dizzying assortment of accumulated whatnots and gives them a quasi-useful purpose, all at a price considerably less than a degree in philosophy. He's big into clocks, from rectangular desktop models sporting an analog face on one side and, on the other, assorted pop cultural imagery both old (novelty gum wrappers from Sgt. Pepper's and The Bionic Woman) and new (the Lost Dharma logo), to more elaborate wall joints whose perimeters're lined with a dozen themed images, from a slew of signed Michael Jordan balls, to flux capacitors & hoverboards (just wind it to get BACK IN TIIIIIME!). Other knick-knackery includes a mock Dunder Mifflin ID badge for Dwight Schrute, a mosaic Cheers logo made of bottlecaps, and crystal paperweights containing the likes of Joe Camel, The Ghostbusters, and Frank Zappa, though given that nobody uses paper anymore, necessity clearly is not the Mother of this Invention.
He'll happily take on custom projects as well, mosaic-/clock-ifying just about anything you can throw at him, which, given her size these days, probably won't include Tonya Harding.