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Our specialized posts celebrating all things that are pink.

Pink Thing Of The Day: Party Pig!

party pig photo by gail wortley
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This small toy figure of a Pig in a Pink Party Hat and matching festive outfit (or simply, Party Pig, as I enjoy calling him) was gifted to me by a friend on my most recent birthday. Currently, he hangs out in my living room near the stereo. A little Googling reveals that he is part of a 5-piece set of animal mini figures  called Party Farm from  Bullseye’s Playground. The set was originally sold by Target in November of 2021 and is now (understandably) sold out, but you can still find it for sale on eBay and other similar sites.

Pink Thing Of The Day: Family Of Pink Dog Figurines

group of pink dogs photo by gail worley
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What I love most about this family of Hot Pink Dogs (probably meant to represent some sort of Spaniel) are their expressions, which manage to convey a mix or stoicism and surprise simultaneously.  Arf.

Photographed in the Booth for Cody Foster & Co at NY Now.

Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Pickup Truck Spring Centerpiece

pink pickup truck centerpiece photo by gail worley
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Looking now at this Baby-Pink Toy Pickup Truck whose bed is filled with a cargo of pastel-colored eggs and tulips, it just seems so obvious that it should have been the week’s Pink Thing on Good Friday, but I wasn’t playing close enough attention. So, my bad — you get it two weeks later. Still in plenty of time for spring!

Photographed in the Front Window of TJ Maxx, Located on the Corner of West 57th Street and 8th Avenue in Manhattan.

Pink Thing Of The Day: Fernando Laposse’ Cochineal-Dyed Sisal Shade Lamp

cochineal dyed sisal lamp photo by gail worley
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American cochineal, a small parasitic insect that feeds on the prickly pear cactus, was for centuries the source of the most coveted red pigment in the world. Imbued with profound artistic, cultural, and economic significance for indigenous peoples of Mexico and the Andean Highlands of South America, cochineal was transformed into a widely-traded global commodity upon European contact in the 16th century. While historically it was favored for its ability to produce a highly desirable crimson red, the insect’s red carminic acid can yield shades ranging from soft pink to deep purple.
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Pink Thing Of The Day: Smiling Cloud Kitchen Sponge

pink kitchen sponge photo by gail worley
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Hey, remember when I found that Pink Staircase at an Asian Department Store called Teso Life, and I wished there was one in my neighborhood? Well, guess what? There is! I found this impossibly adorable, Smiling Pink Cloud Kitchen Sponge at a Teso Life that I only just discovered hiding on St. Marks Place in the Village. Fuckin’ A!

pink sponge photo by gail worley

Above you can see that they also sell a Cat-Shaped Pink Sponge, for you cat lovers out there. OMG, the cuteness is deadly.