Crucial to the ‘late stage’ of collecting is giving yourself adequate time to: a) consider the future of your collection and b) find out the cultural and commercial systems of value within which your collection exists.
Once you realize you are a collector, that you have questions to answer, stories to tell through objects, it is time to develop a strategy founded on three elements: Time, Resources, and Space.
For a new three-part article series, Spencer W. Stuart further explores the stages of collecting and collections dealt with through his Lifecycles program.
Comic art, antique clock, and fascinating stamps — take a look at the objects picked by the Ownetic Magazine in the November overview of the most intriguing collectibles.
Unique vinyl records, captivating model kits, and engaging artworks – check out October edition of Ownetic Magazine’s favorite works and collectibles.
It wouldn’t make sense to spend years building a collection and then not take care of it. Caution and common sense on how your items are stored, handled, and secured will help to preserve them.
Mass effect figurines, captivating artworks, and intriguing vintage pocket watch — check out our favorites from the objects shared on Ownetic in September.
“My hope is that I make honest work with which people can identify.”
We share a few tips on how to overcome the most popular challenges when photographing your artwork and collectible items.
“Those who already collect things know how pleasant it is. Those who have not yet begun have many pleasures to experience in the future”.