The Hundreds drops its latest video for its “Secret Stash,” a mini-series that documents the unusual collecting habits of celebrities and other known personalities. This episode brings us into professional toy designer Jack Rossi’s home in Southern California. Rossi’s personal collection of limited edition toys and knickknacks are like a historical archive from the ’80s; “This ain’t filth, this is a collection, a time capsule… I’m a preserver of time” says Rossi. His bedroom alone houses a mishmash of collectibles where Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles action figures wearing his collection of used Nike baby shoes are nestled among Star Wars toys, old school lunchboxes and Kid Robot figurines. He’s got his rare treasures too, like original issues of Stan Sakai’s Japanese comic book series Usagi Yojimbo, the original movie script for Ghostbusters III, and the DMC x Nike 6.0 DeLorean Dunk from 2010. It’s fascinating to go through the items with an expert in the industry, and it’s evident that Rossi is truly passionate about the art and craft of toys.