You Are Here Enterprises proudly introduces Make Your Own St Louis!
This ten-piece set of collectible cut-outs is sure to provide hours of fun for the entire family. Here, available for the first time, are miniature cut-out "action figures" that bring to life the most colorful personalities in our own culturally ambiguous, surreal and confoundingly wonderful Midwestern metropolis.
From "The Player" to "The Artist" to "Man Practicing Tai Chi," "Sports Fan and "Inexplicably Famous Guy," with Make Your Own St. Louis you can surround yourself with all the people you see when you're out and about town!
Exquisitely rendered in precise and lifelike detail by You Are Here Enterprises, the Make Your Own St. Louis Collectible Series is so realistic, you might find yourself trying to strike up a conversation with your cut-outs if they weren't so darn tiny!
Cut out and enjoy all ten at home, at the office, at school, in your glove compartment or your bathroom wherever you want to take them out and play!
This Collectible Series, available for a limited time only, is a is a must-have for any proud St. Louisan. So grab a sharp, pointy tool and and start cutting out yours today!
Simply click below for access, download and send to your home printer!
EASY TO ASSEMBLE!
1) cut along the dotted line, 2) fold together, 3) paste opposing insides, 4) fold out stand...and presto! You've got your miniature collectible completely assembled. It's that easy!
Collectible Series background diorama, available in a future edition of the Riverfront Times online.
KEEP AN EYE OUT
for collectible cut-outs in future episodes of YOU ARE HERE !
AND THAT'S NOT ALL!
The Collectible Series is available for purchase as limited edition full-scale lawn ornaments. Send us an e-mail and we'll get back to you with details of purchase!
Is there a St. Louis personality or character you think deserves to be immortalized as a collectible cut-out? Drop us a line!
No. 1 INEXPLICABLY FAMOUS GUY
You're at a show, grooving to the band. Suddenly, an elbow to the ribs. Who is this guy? He's the guy everyone and no one knows: "Inexplicably Famous Guy"!
No. 2 GENTLEMAN OF LEISURE
Here's how to tell if you've stumbled onto the "Gentleman of Leisure": Does he have the baby-soft hands of an aristocrat? Are the portraits of his relatives captured in oils rather than photos? Does he leave you wondering what exactly it is that's so deplorable about you? Does he seem to be above the law? If the answer to all of the above is yes, you're in the presence of the famed "Gentleman of Leisure" of St. Louis legend and lore! This heir to entitlement and luxury will baffle you with his BMW and expensive condo and no visible means of support. Cut out your very own today!
No. 3 KARAOKE ENTHUSIAST
A million fans can't be wrong! That's right, folks: Strange as it might seem, karaoke must be fun! In a hundred years or so, a prominent psychologist will write the definitive text that reveals why karaoke became über-popular in St. Louis, and all the incomprehensible psychoses of our culture will be explained in one fell swoop. Until then, enjoy You Are Here Industries' "Karaoke Enthusiast" and keep those vocal cords obscenely underpracticed!
No. 4 ROCKABILLIES
Watch out! The "Rockabillies" are here! Modeled after those dazzling dancers who can be seen "cutting a rug" wherever rockabilly or swing music is playing (and sometimes even where no music is playing at all!), this cut-out couple is practically aching to be set free to whirl and twirl just for you. They even give dance lessons; all you have to do is shrink yourself down to their size. It's that simple, and that much fun!
No. 5 THE ARTIST
"The Artist" is among us, and she's wacky in a baffling sort of way! You'll know her by the titles of her "works," (or "pieces"), because they'll run three or four paragraphs long and include obscure references to things you've never heard of but will come away feeling you should have. There's no one like "The Artist" to take a cocky St. Louisan like you down a peg or two! Even in miniature collectible form, she'll make you feel shallow and tiny. And she's fun that way!
No. 6 GOOD COP/BAD COP
Serving the public and protecting the peace! Our Collectible Series wouldn't be complete without proper police protection, "Good Cop/Bad Cop." Best of all, the two sides of the dynamic personality of our man in blue is captured in a single cut-out! The day and night, if you will. The yin and yang. Bixby and Ferrigno. You decide which side you're on today if you dare to get close enough to find out!
No. 7 SPORTS FAN
Hello, "Sports Fan"! Rather than depict this miniature collectible's "front" and "back," You Are Here Industries has captured him "before" and "after" the big game, that is! Is it an overdose of wholesome fun that causes his disheveled look "after" the game? Or is it the half-rack of ice-cold Anheuser Busch products he imbibed in under three hours? Whatever the reason, there's no doubt this collectible cut-out had himself a very, very good time!
No. 8 MAN WHO CHANGED THE WORLD
How many cities in the world boast monthly performances by an artist who changed the world with the sweet sound of his guitar? Thanks to You Are Here Industries' unique technological capabilities, "Man Who Changed the World" is depicted in two phases: his 1950s-Era Phase (when his archetypal music "changed the world"); and his Elder Statesman Phase (present day). This miniature cut-out is a must for any serious collector of music or miniature collectibles!
No. 9 MAN PRACTICING TAI CHI
What is that tiny guy doing ? In parks all over St Louis, people are practicing the ancient Far Eastern art of tai chi, a system of exercises designed to cleanse body and soul. Our "Man Practicing Tai Chi" miniature, captured in a trancelike state of "oneness," will delight your family and friends. "What is that tiny guy doing?" they'll ask and you'll have a ready answer!
No. 10 THE PLAYER
At last, the miniature collectible every girl has always wanted! A tiny "Player," modeled in painstaking detail after the real-life players you see every day hanging around the Loop (and anywhere else where there are handy "babes" waiting to be seduced). He's easy to spot: Just look for the fellow indiscriminantly checking you, your friends, your mother and your grandmother. Our exquisitely rendered "Player" miniature is equal in substance to his real-life counterpart the better to give you the full effect?