Ever wanted to get your dirty mits on an original crew jacket from a Pixar directors own collection?
How about an original 1995 Woody Doll signed by Tom Hanks or perhaps even a Toy Story 3 ‘Woody’ poster also signed by Tom Hanks? Well today is your lucky day!
Toy Story 3 director, Lee Unkrich, is hosting a series of auctions on eBay for you to score this insanely cool Pixar gear. All of the proceeds from each of these auctions benefits the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund.
Here is what you can bid on:
• Toy Story 3 Poster signed by Tom Hanks (First, Second, Third)
• Toy Story Signed Mrs. Potato Head Figurine
• Original 1995 Toy Story Crew Jacket
• Original 1998 A Bug’s Life Crew Jacket
• Original 1999 Toy Story 2 Crew Jacket
• Original 2001 Monster’s Inc. Crew Jacket (and Version 2)
• Original 2006 Cars Crew Jacket
• Original 2007 Ratatouille Crew Jacket (and Version 2)
• Original 2008 WALL-E Crew Jacket
• Monsters, Inc. Mike & Sully Jones Soda Gift Signed by Pete Docter (2nd Set)
• Pixar MoMA Exhibit Catalog Signed by Docter, Stanton, Ranft and 19 Others
• A Bug’s Life 1998 Animation Crew T-Shirt (in Grey or White)
• Monsters, Inc. Crew Caps (Mike, Sulley or MI Logo)
• Lee’s Personal Toy Story 2 Hawaiian Shirt (Woody or Buzz Patterns)
• Lee’s Personal Finding Nemo Hawaiian Shirt (Blue or Tan)
• Lee’s Personal Monsters, Inc. Hawaiian Shirt
• Toy Story 1995 Crew T-Shirt
• Extremely Rare Toy Story 1995 Watch in Collector’s Tin
• Tim Allen Signed Buzz Lightyear 1995 Toy
• John Ratzenberger Signed Hamm 1995 Toy
• Don Rickles Signed Mr. Potato Head Toy
• Tim Allen Signed Toy Story 3 Poster (Buzz)
• Blake Clark Signed Toy Story 3 Poster (Slinky)
• John Ratzenberger Signed Toy Story 3 Poster (Hamm)
• Don Rickles Signed Toy Story 3 Poster (Mr. Potato Head)
Get your bids in quickly!
Check out past items at this archived post.
These are amazing once-in-a-lifetime offers, and not only will you be getting a cool piece of certified Pixar memorabillia, but you will also be helping people very much in need in Haiti.
That’s it for today! Be sure to stay tuned to Lee’s Twitter feed next week when he posts more signed stuff.