I am obsessed with things that go on my feet lately. And it doesn’t just stop at shoes–I’ve been eyeing socks and toe rings too. Fine, maybe not the toe rings although I’m predicting a comeback in Fall 2012.
And while I dream pennilessly of purchases that I can’t afford to make, I copy and paste my fantasies onto blog pages. These are wet dreams, sloppily drenched in drool and material-lust, and sadly, so far from being reality.
And with these pastel mint APC flats lurking, I should definitely treat myself to a one night “stand”. Har har har.
via Refinery 29
by 914k aka Franco Roncoroni
Every toddler to adolescent girl or boy who was exposed to the inviting- almost too inviting- world of Sanrio, had to have had a Keroppi crush. I know I did. By age 7, I had amassed quite a collection of Keroppi paraphernalia, from pencil boxes to lunch boxes to pencils to bath towels. I was always slightly bitter that Keroppi didn’t have as large a display area in the store as Hello Kitty.
Keroppi loves adventure, and his bubbly personality makes him popular around Donut Pond. He has a brother called Koroppi and a sister called Pikki. Keroppi is a fantastic swimmer and singer (but not at the same time!)
Real Name Hasunoe Keroppi
Birthday July 10th
Hometown Donut Pond
“TBT, 2008/ interior wall paint, paper, wood, oil bar, masking tape, acrylic paint on wall, 8′x10′ “
Beautiful transition from computer desktop to wall (just making light of the obvious folks), artwork by the talented Lia Lowenthal;, whose work I found through some heavy sleuthing (erm, facebook). The last we talked, she was working at a gallery in Chinatown. Lia if you’re reading this, would love an update from you!
Posted in art, Diane, Green
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