The variety of Von Dutch works in the Sotheby’s sale demonstrated that he was much more than just a motorcycle pinstriper, as it included knives, paintings, cartoons, and signs. One of the most interesting items was Von Dutch’s personal photo album. The cover is made out of a stop sign, and intermingled among the family photographs are pictures of the motorcycles and cars he pinstriped along with timeless shots of the hot-rod scene. That album sold for $7,200. A pair of handcrafted signs he painted for Movie World, one a “Wanted” sign for old BB guns, the other for Jungle Jim’s Shooting Gallery, fetched $5,040. But it was the “Von Dutch Originator of Modern ‘Pin’ Striping” sign that easily eclipsed everything else in his lot, selling for an eye-popping $75,000. It’s a solid score as the metal sign features his flying eyeball and was the original tailgate to his Kenford pickup.