Jack White's humble beginnings as a musician in Detroit based-bands The Upholsterers, The Go and Two Star Tabernacle led him to later form The White Stripes; one of the most renowned and critically acclaimed rock groups in music history. Since then, there have been a plethora of side-projects, bands, singles, albums, films, documentaries, and plainly speaking 'instances' of absolute brilliance. Love him or hate him, it's undeniable that he is a very accomplished human being. Although he is most recognisable as a musician, over the years he has been an actor, a producer, and more recently founder of the pioneering Nashville-based label Third Man Records. Not to forget that prior to embarking on his extensive music career, he was an upholsterer, allegedly leaving poems and the demos of whichever band he was in at the time in people's furniture. Certainly an original way of getting noticed, but as this list will prove not the most unconventional method he's chosen to distribute his music in the past... From berating a room of indifferent hipsters for their unwillingness to just enjoy themselves to the international hit White Stripes album Elephant, the following are 10 carefully selected moments when Jack White was at his absolute best; either musically, as an innovator, or simply being his good eccentric self.