Jos van Gorkum kept a metal cigar box, in which he collected magazine clippings, sketches and blueprints of different objects made by turning wood, as well as a number of price lists from mail order catalogs, in order to keep track of the value of the things he made. He left this box to his son (Klaas' father), before passing away in 1996, with the idea that it might come in handy one day.

This video was shown on one of the monitors accompanying the exhibition in MUSAC.