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Pink Thing of The Day: Child’s Pink Glitter Batman Backpack!

pink batman backpack photo by gail worley
Photo By Gail

When I was a kid, we definitely did not have cool backpacks like this one: all hot pink and black with a Pink Glitter Batman emblem on the front. So stylish! I spotted this at the Lot-Less Closeout Store, located at 17 West 14th Street in Manhattan.

Modern Art Monday Presents: Emma Van Name By Joshua Johnson

emma van name by joshua johnson photo by gail worley
Photo By Gail

This compelling portrait of a Baltimore toddler picking berries from a surreally-scaled goblet is an icon of the American vernacular painting. Joshua Johnson, who was self taught, is the earliest known African American painter to make his living from his art. Emma Van Name (1805) is his most ambitious and engaging portrait of an individual child. Revealing the hallmarks of Johnson’s characteristic style in its naturalistic precision and imaginative flair, the painting is distinguished by a bravura demonstration of his talents in its nuanced palette, compositional complexity, and deft handling of details, especially in the child’s dress and demeanor.

Photographed in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC.

Girl Blowing Bubbles By Nénão

Girl Blowing Bubbles
Photo By Gail

You can find this wheat paste mural of a Little Girl Blowing Bubbles at 540 West 20th Street, near 11th Avenue, in the Chelsea Gallery District. It was created by Brazilian Graffitti artist Gustavo Nénão in 2014 and still looks great!

Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Medieval Child’s Dress

Pink Medieval Child Dress
All Photos By Gail

If you have a young daughter whose heart’s desire is to be a medieval fairy princess for Halloween, you can pick up this very lovely period costume in the gift shop at the Cloisters Museum in Upper Manhattan! Floral Headwreaths are sold separately!

Pink Medieval Child Dress

Street Art By Kai, Soho NYC

Art By Kai on Prince Street
Photo By Gail

This signature piece by LA-based street artist Kai was photographed on Prince Street just east of Broadway.

Don’t Drink the Kool-Aid!

Don't Drink The Kool Aid
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Kindergartner’s Outfit for The First Day of School

Batman Headpiece/Mask – Check
Cape – Check
Motorhead T-Shirt – Check
Oversized Red Watch Worn High on the Arm – Check
Scowl (Very Metal) – Check

All he’s missing is a prosthetic Lemmy wart. Otherwise, I’d say this kid is dressed for school!

Link Via Neatorama