This is one of the kings of the world's most special!
Mr. Dalton Stevens, from Bishopville, South Carolina, United States won the title of "King Chrysanthemum", after 15 years of sewing and paste buttons on the thousands of objects he owned.
Mr. Dalton Stevens
"King Daisy" begins his story one night in 1983, when the disease made him restless sleep. TV stops working at 2 am, so he must find something to kill time. After a slaughterhouse with piles of old, he found a set of clothes at once (the type used a parachute jump) and began sewing buttons on it. 2 years and 10 months later, Dalton still suffer insomnia disease, but the other clothes were covered by 16,333 units and weighs 16 pounds buttons (7.2 kg). Important timelines began to experience very interesting with the buttons.
Immediately after completion of "work" his first, Stevens continued to add the buttons up thousands of other objects. He tied up the guitar 3005 and 517 units to the shoes. The ice-hour forum, piano and car life 1983 Chevette is the same after that. One day, his strange work has attracted the attention of the media. He was a guest of a local television program, then of CNN, and pretty soon the whole world know the story hard to believe the "King of Chrysanthemum". He was invited to participate in the popular show like Johnny Carson, David Letterman, Geraldo, Regis & Kathy Lee, where he will wear clothes covered with buttons and hit the ice-Forum's time.
In 2008, Dalton Cuc Stevens opened the museum, and there he exhibited all the "masterpiece" for everyone to see. Here you'll find a Chevette his famous, with 150,000 units daisy. In addition, there was a hearse donated by local funeral homes to 600,000 a daisy! Two coffins and a public restroom is also filled with button button! The museum is located near his house in the suburbs of Bishopville, and said, "King Daisy" age of 80 shall not receive a fee from the visitors.
Fully fitted shirt buttons
If you have questions about a coffin covered with buttons, Daltons want later he was put on one of them and was taken to the cemetery in a hearse "flashy" man!