George Townley is a London-based designer and illustrator with a passion for drawing stylized architechture, as well as reimagined movie and travel posters. This fantastic rendition of Barbie’s very pink Dream House was spotted in the booth for LA’s Spoke Art Gallery at the recent New York Comic Con. Fabulous.
I wish I could tell you that this is the final Barbie-inspired Pink Thing of the Day that was captured by my iPhone whilst I was having the time of my life in London — but that is not the case. There is indeed more to come! This week, I am treating you to a Barbie Pink-frosted Bun (probably raspberry-flavored icing, if the berry garnish is any clue) which I saw in a bakery window! It looks delicious!
Spotted in the display window of a London clothing boutique, this Barbie Doll wearing a bespoke Pink outfit and seeking shelter under a Pink Japanese Umbrella, looks to me like she was rode hard and put away wet, as the saying goes. You can see she’s got her hairbrush in hand, so obviously she’s trying to do some damage control, but wtf is up with those smudges of dirt / bruises (!) on her face? What is the message being sent here? Is no one advocating for our favorite girl? So. Many. Questions. Continue reading Pink Thing of The Day: Boutique Window Display With Pink Barbie
Didn’t I promise you more Pink Barbie Things? Sure I did. This drawing of a pair of Pink Cowboy Boots, entitled Howdy, Barbie (2023) was created by London-based artist Gabriella Anouk. Part of the artist’s Barbie World series, the drawing was exhibited for the first time at Riverside Studios in London for their premiere screening of Barbie the movie on July 21st.
Continue reading Pink Thing of The Day: Drawing of Pink Cowboy Boots By Gabriella Anouk
This summer’s pervasive Barbie craze may be on the wane, but that doesn’t mean I’m not going to be posting assorted Pink Barbie Things that I saw while on my vacation in London. Because I am.
Continue reading Pink Thing of The Day: Barbie’s Dream Car In Harrod’s