Decorate Your Walls with these Handmade Wooden G.I. Joes

by Howie Decker @HowardTheDeck

These wooden handmade G.I. Joes over at (don’t quote me on the exact number of Os) are the perfect rustic wall decor for those children of the 80s who have it all. I had a hard time refraining from promoting this post by using ‘G.I. Joe’ and ‘morning wood’ in the same headline.

The blog post doesn’t offer much detail as far their origin, but it does offer the fact that they were made by a person named Caleb Beyers out of Vancouver.  Click on his name, you won’t be sorry- there’s some cool stuff there. He is clearly a fan of 90s Joes, as his wooden Firefly and hooded Cobra Commander are based on the 93 versions of each, and he went with 91 Snake Eyes over the other more popular versions (although the red-orange visor really pops).

In the second image down, make sure you wade through the Zanzibar and second-version Destro to get to the classic Alley Viper.

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