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Instagram Photo of The Week: New Social Media Profile Pic?

This rather fabulous simulated likeness of myself was sent to me this past week from a “friend” who has owed me a considerable amount of money for over a decade. While he has successfully avoided any discussion of ever repaying me (and, trust me, I am not holding my breath), he occasionally snags photos from my social media accounts and does crazy things to them with photoshop, sending me the resulting images for my amusement and pacification, I suppose. While it seems unlikely that I will ever see that long-gone cash, perhaps one day my debtor will be a famous artist and I can say I own some of his original NFTs.

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Instagram Photo of The Week: I Don’t Give A Shitake

Never mind the fact that Shiitake — as in the mushroom –is actually spelled with two “i”s. This adorable and sassy plush toy from Punchkins get the message across. Spotted at NY Now at Javits Center, which is always a fun time.

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Creepy Mask in the Asian Import Store

Asian Mask
Photo By Gail

Creepy Asian Mask only $39.50 at Pearl River Mart in Soho!

Variations on a Theme: Must-See Art Jewelry Exhibit at Forbes Galleries

Ice Theme Various
Variations on the Theme: Ice (Various Artists. Above Photo by Gail. All Other Photos Courtesy of Goldstein Communications)

The idea of “wearable art” in the realm of modern design is fascinating me to, so I was very excited to attend an opening reception last week for the American Jewelry Design Council (AJDC)’s exhibit at Forbes Galleries showcasing 25 years of outstanding jewelry design.  The exhibition, Variations on a Theme: 25 Years of Design from the AJDC, will dazzle museum visitors with one-of-a-kind works from over 40 Designers who are AJDC members. Continue reading Variations on a Theme: Must-See Art Jewelry Exhibit at Forbes Galleries

Smile Your Way Into 2012!

Facebite Graphic By Leslie Tucker
FaceBite By Leslie Tucker

As we slide into the New Year, remember all of the things you were grateful for in 2011 and visualize abundance to come in 2012!