When Dennis Hopper passed away in May 2010, he left behind a handful of iconic movie performances thanks to the likes of “Apocalypse Now,” “Hoosiers” and “Blue Velvet.” But it turns out those weren’t the only things, as Pitchfork reveals the late actors massive vinyl collection is now being sold for $150,000. The collection, which includes 110 vinyls, is now for sale on the womenswear retail site Moda Operandi, with part of the proceeds going to the The Future Heritage Fund.
As you’d expect from the man who gave us such cinematic classics as “Easy Rider,” Hopper’s collection is made up culture-defining musicians like Bob Dylan, Fleetwood Mac, Leonard Cohen and Simon and Garfunkel. Handwritten notes to the actor from artists are also included, as well as some unreleased material he acquired throughout the years. Check out pictures of the collection below, courtesy of Moda Operandi.