The owner of Cannibals, Pamela Springfield, has three criteria for the pieces she displays at her art gallery: They have to have been made within the past year (no art-school theses, please), within a gas tank or bike ride of the gallery, and at least partly of recycled materials—hence the name. Her rules have winnowed the selection to a weird array of art; one piece recently showcased in the gallery's windows was a "turkey" Frankensteined from a doll head, glove-fingertip feathers and taxidermied bird feet. Prices, like Cannibals itself, fall somewhere between art-gallery and secondhand store.

Buy this: Sci-fi ray-gun sculpture by Mark Counts.