As the two diggers search for a gallery to host Mike's collection, San Jose State's Natalie and James Thompson Gallery might be a good place to start. On Tuesday, " exhibit opens. Music archivist Michael Ochs and graphic designer Craig Butler asked 100 artists to choose a musician and create original album cover art. Among the contributors to this traveling exhibition include Alan Aldridge, Gary Burden, Ophelia Chong, William Claxton, Robbie Conal, Ron Coro, Andy Engel, Gottfried Helnwein, Graham Nash, Tim O'Brien, Jim Salvati, John Van Hamersveld and Kurt Vonnegut. The original exhibit opened at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in May of 2003. The touring exhibit contains 50 specimens featuring musicians like Marilyn Manson, Buffalo Springfield, John Lennon, Elvin Jones, Brian Wilson, Alanis Morissette and Blind Boys of Alabama being submitted to the creative vision of this hodge podge of established and burgeoning artists.