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Yes, It Exists: Grinch Sherpa Hat

grinch sherpa hat photo by gail worley
Photo By Gail

You’re a warm hat, Mister Grinch! Are you in search of a unique piece of fashionable headwear to keep your noggin toasty during the upcoming colder months? How about this  Grinch Sherpa Hat from Peruvian Trading Company? Yes, it exists!
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Stefan Stux Gallery Presents Akikazu Iwamoto Secret Candy

Akikazu Iwamoto Secret Candy
All Photos By Gail

If you are a fan of Surrealism, Japanese Manga, human bio-mechanical mutants or warped and unfathomably violent animated shows such as Super Jail, then you might want to stop over at the Stux Gallery on West 25th Street to check out Japanese artist Akikazu Iwamoto’s new collection of fantasy paintings entitled Secret Candy. Continue reading Stefan Stux Gallery Presents Akikazu Iwamoto Secret Candy

Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!

“I Speak For The Trees!”

Beloved children’s book author Theodor Seuss Geisel, aka Dr. Seuss, was born on this day, March 2nd, in 1904! I loved Dr. Seuss’ books as a kid, my favorite being McElligot’s Pool, which I owned. Of the several animated features made from Seuss’ books, one of the best and most enduring is The Lorax, a thinly veiled cautionary tale of environmental exploitation, which is even more timely today than it was when it was written in 1971.