If you're for one reason or another compulsively obsessed with Photoshop or simply wish to showcase your versed skills in the two decade-old-plus manipulation software, sticking it to the uh... wall, may just be your ego-boosting topping on the cake.
The Wall Bar command icons are silkscreened on a 31.5" x 6.7" MDF plywood frame with a special carved hand tool to give it a bit of additional visual interest.
However, for those with who aren't attentive to the details, you may have missed the fact that they're missing quite a few icons compared to Adobe's modern CS4 version of Photoshop. This is because it's a version seen only in the release candidate back in 1989, when a small group of individuals were trying to find a away to make things look better. What you see are the first group of PS tools to be ever released. Kind of makes for a cool short art history lesson all in itself, don't ya think?
The Wall Bar is available at Meninos for $70.