Tag Archive | Giant

World’s Largest Rilakkumo Plush Bear

Giant Rilakkuma Plush Bear
Photo By Gail

Do you fantasize  about owning a Plush Bear that’s as tall as, and likely (hopefully) much, much rounder than you are? If so, then your search is over, and all you need to make that dream a reality is 1,300 American dollars! Here’s what I can tell you about the World’s Largest Rilakkuma Plush:

“Brought to you by San-X Japan, Rilakkuma is loved for his cuddly cuteness and tendency to to be lazy. Rilakkuma is big in Japan, big in America, and now . . . BIG in your house! This gigantic jumbo plush measures in at 6 feet tall and weighs 24 lbs. He’s so big, you could probably just use him as a chair. But if not, he definitely makes the comfiest BFF ever. Includes signature zipper and blue polka dot material inside.”

$1,300 you say? I say: worth it.

Spotted in It’s Sugar on Broadway in Downtown NYC.

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Shepard Fairy’s Obey Lotus Flower Stencil Lives On!

Shepard Fairey Obey Lotus

Fives years is forever in the life of a piece of NYC Street Art, but Shepard Fairey’s Obey Lotus Flower Stencil, which first went up at the end of June in 2011, is still loud and proud on the southern facade of 213 Bowery, at the corner of Rivington. I passed by it over the weekend and it looks darn good for its age.

Shepard Fairey Obey Lotus

Here’s a view of that corner from the traffic island in the middle of Bowery. And doesn’t This look familiar?

Pink Thing of The Day: Giant Inflatable Pink Flamingo Pool Floatie

Flamingo Pool Floatie
All Photos By Gail

Doesn’t looking at this very gigantic Pink Flamingo Pool Foatie just make you think of summer, and how much fun it is to float around in the pool on a sunny summer day, perhaps while enjoying a cold tropical drink? Ah, the life.

Flamingo Pool Floatie

We found this guy at ICFF, hanging out in the booth for Sunny Life of Sydney, Australia; a company that seems to represent a lot of neat products associated with Summer. Summer!

Sunnylife Signage

Flamingo Pool Floatie

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