To be Followed By a Pink Storm!
I wonder what artist’s music is pressed onto this? Pink, perhaps?
C’est Si Bon!
Wow! You will be so scary stylin’ when you grab this awesome tin clutch purse to accent your costume for Trick or Treating action or any other Halloween night party activity!
Drop Dead Gorgeous – Monster High Clutch Purse Features:
- Tin clutch purse featuring Monster High Skull with a Bow Logo
- Metal clasp enclosure
- Removable nylon strap
- Printed graphic on all sides
- Size: 8″ x 3-3/4″ x 3″
Sale Priced at just $8.95 — scary cheap! Click This Link to purchase!
Photo taken on a visit to Greystone Gardens, a really cool shop in the Berkshires!
I think even I could solve this one!
Ah, the door to my heart.
My typing has always been pretty bad, but if I’d learned on a machine like this one, maybe things would have been different. Just sayin’.
Collectible art doesn’t have to break the bank. Created from acrylic paint on a salvaged thrift store wood panel, this 6″x8″ original work of art by artist Michael Leavitt can be yours for just $350 (includes shipping!) at This Link!
Food Artist Jennifer Rubell created this super clever Padded Cell made of Cotton Candy, and isn’t it fantastic looking? Padded Cell was presented as part of The Red Party 2011 biennial fund-raising dinner thrown by Nonprofit arts organization Performa, held November 6, 2010 at SIR Stage37 event center in NYC. Jennifer’s website introduces the following artist statement as to what Padded Cell is all about:
Padded Cell is an 8’X16’ freestanding room constructed of basic building materials, with a single door that contains a plexiglass window. Inside, the walls and ceiling are padded with pink cotton candy and a bare light bulb hangs in the center. The door is opened at 9pm, but the interior is visible through the window throughout the evening. The Red Party’s main dinner is served inside a Russian-themed constructivist set (Note: photos at the links above and below) and Padded Cell acts as an escape from that, an all-American funhouse that is at the same time confining, threatening, claustrophobic. It is an object that addresses the dark side of pleasure, the price of pleasure, the possibility that pleasure is its own punishment. Approximately 1,600 cones of cotton candy are used in its construction.
Lots more pictures are up on Jennifer’s website located at This Link.
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