Josh and Amy could use some housework help at specific days and times. If you're available and interested, get in touch with Amy at achatfie[at]gmail[dot]com. Thanks!
Josh crashed his bicycle in the early hours of March 6, 2010, leaving him with a titanium hip, a hinge where his elbow should be, massive hospital bills, rehab expenses, & loss of income while he regains his strength. We are selling limited edition (limited to the first 6 billion inhabitants of Planet Earth) digital files of photos from the Salvation Mountains near L.A. to raise funds for the care & feeding of one of America's greatest treasures, the nearly extinct Klang Klangston.
We are raising funds to help pay for the medical, therapy, lost wages, and round the clock Screaming Yellow Zonkers for klangklangston, also known as Josh Steichmann. If you would like to contribute to this noble, just cause then please buy a digital reproduction of one or more of his series of prints of the Salvation Mountain in Niland, CA. We ask that you make a donation in an amount of your choice & by your method of choice to Josh after you download one or more of these high resolution (TIFF) prints. Clicking on a thumbnail will download a file approximately 15mb via Mediafire. You do not need a Mediafire account to download.
You can donate in several ways--if you wish to contribute monetarily, you can send a check or money order to
J. Steichmann, P.O. Box 131254, Ann Arbor, MI 48113-1254, or if you prefer to donate by credit card, bank transfer, or PayPal account, click on the donate button below and to the right.
If your donation is more of the spiritual, moral, or fruit-basket variety--that is, you don't think the post office box would fit that knitted full body suit in size XLT--email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll send you the local street address. Modesty and the thought of all of klang's ardent followers trying to park in West LA prevents us from publishing the exact coordinates here.
If you want to preview the catalog of lower resolution files of the Salvation Mountain photographs, click here.
We appreciate every card, letter, gift-in-bad-taste, and every last red cent and we hope that you cherish your digital file purchase at least as much as you would enjoy an invisible t-shirt.