Just when you think Cody Foster & Co. can’t create any new and clever David Bowie Christmas Ornaments for your holiday décor, you see this thing at NY Now and are proven wrong. Yes, it is a glass ornament of a white cat head with the Aladdin Sane lightning bolt across its face and heterochromia eyes — which Bowie did not actually have, but which he is commonly depicted as having. What Bowie actually suffered from is called anisocoria: namely that one pupil was bigger than the other. Live and learn.
Imagine just about anything you like that might be made into a Christmas Tree Ornament and chances are excellent that Cody Foster & Co has already beat you to the punch. Unfortunately, their website is wholesale only, so you need find a retailer to get your hands on one of these feather-embellished Pink Flamingos wearing little gold crowns!
Photographed at NY Now!
When it comes to one-stop shopping for tacky holiday decorations, Lot Less Closeouts has all the bases covered. Bonus: many of these things are Pink! Look at these tiny Pink Christmas Tree-shaped ornaments I spotted on my most recent hunt for Pink Things! Just look at them!
If you’re lucky enough to be in Manhattan at Christmastime and you’re checking off a list of holiday sights to see, be sure to add the Origami Christmas Tree at the American Museum of Natural History, which is perhaps the most unique holiday tree in the city. The theme of this year’s 13-foot tree is Gems of the Museum, featuring 50 specially created gold-colored models in recognition of the ‘Golden Anniversary’ (50th Origami Tree) of this Museum tradition, which started in the 1970s. Among the more than 1,000 origami pieces decorating the tree are models of dazzling specimens from the new Allison and Roberto Mignone Halls of Gems and Minerals, “jaw-some” pieces inspired by the new special exhibition Sharks, and those depicting iconic Museum exhibits like the Blue Whale, Titanosaur, and Tyrannosaurus Rex. Produced in partnership with OrigamiUSA, the Origami Tree is delightfully decorated with hand-folded paper models created by local, national, and international origami artists. See it now through January 9th, 2022!
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