Marvin Zindler's photography up for auction

August 15, 2011 3:47:50 PM PDT
For decades, our late friend and Eyewintess News legend Marvin Zindler brought compelling stories into your homes on a regular basis. On Saturday, the public will get the chance to take home a piece of Marvin's legacy.

Since March, a collection of his photography has been on display at the Museum of Printing History. Before he became known around the world for "Slime in the Ice Machine" and helping others, Marvin was a photographer for the Houston Press, a daily newspaper no longer published. The exhibit of his pictures ends this weekend and the photographs will be sold by silent auction.

The proceeds will benefit the museum and Houston arts and media. If you'd like to visit the exhibit this weekend or buy one of the photos, click here.