Get this fun design on a T-Shirt for just $19.95, or on a variety of hoody and sweatshirt styles, at This Link!
Buy this design on a T-Shirt for just $21.95, or choose a Hoody or Other Swag at This Link!
A Clockwork Breakfast design by Droidloot is available on a T-Shirt for just $19.95 and also on Sweatshirts and Hoodies for a few dollars more! Viddy the full selection at This Link!
Wear Pink Wednesdays: It is a Thing. Right now, you can get this fun On Wednesdays We Wear Pink design by Kuitsuku — and TheClothingPeople.com featuring the Jigglypuff Pokemon — in a wide variety of T-Shits, Long Sleeved T-Shirts, Sweatshirts and Hoodies, just in time for the cooler weather. Prices start at just $19.95! Get Your Pink On now at This Link!
Get this cool Snow White-inspired graphic designed by Hillary White on a T-Shirt for just $19.95 or a Zip Up Hoodie for $49.95 — plus lots of other shirt styles and sizes to choose from — at This Link!
How’s this badass design for an awesome mash up of 70s Prog Rock with Star Wars Uber Geekdom? That’s what I thought you’d say. Wear the Dark Side collective on a variety of fashionable styles of T-Shirts, Sweatshirts, and Hoodies by clicking over to This Link!
Holiday gift shopping was so much easier (and way more fun) when I was much younger and most of my friends could be counted on to like the same things I liked. Now, I don’t know what anybody wants or needs. And while it usually covers all of your bases, nothing says “I Put No Thought Into This” quite like giving a gift card. You might as well just give the person cash. Sure there are exceptions, like if the card is from a very niche store they like, but regardless, you will get a much better reaction if you manage to find out the want one of those new LED shower heads and you give it to them when they least expect it.
But maybe, like me, you have a friend, sister, niece, wife, whatever who really digs the cartoon character Betty Boop, who will go completely nuts over any item with the likeness of the demure-yet-sexy Jazz Age Flapper. If this resonates with you, your shopping just got whole lot easier. The definitive Betty Boop Website, Betty Boop Dot Com has an online store that sells a million billion different items with a Betty Boop theme – and trust me when I tell you that they sell something for everybody who loves Betty Boop. And, the best part is you don’t even have to leave your house to shop! Oh, sweet online shopping bliss!
Take a look at some of this cool stuff you can buy for the Boop Addict in your life:
Betty Boop Cold Travel Cup. This is a no-brainer, right? Everybody needs one of these.
A Hot Travel Mug: Also a Must-Have!
Betty Boop I Love New York Flask! Sweet and Discreet!
Betty Boop Handbag! So fashionable and practical!
Betty Boop Punk Rock T Shirt! Out of dozens of Boop Shirt designs, this one is my favorite!
Whether you are looking for Betty Boop collectibles and figurines, items for the home, office or bathroom, clothes, fashion accessories, or games and puzzles, you can find it all at Betty Boop Dot Com — and Betty Boop Fan Club members get a 10% discount on all merchandise! Happy shopping!
Today, November 11th, 2013 marks the release of Lady Gaga’s latest CD, ArtPop. The disc is most notable not so much for its musical ear-worm dancefloor-friendly shenanigans as it is for the artwork that graces the cover: a sculpture of a nude Gaga with a Gazing Ball between her legs, which was designed by Jeff Koons, one of the wealthiest and most successful contemporary artists in America. Confession: the fact that Lady Gaga managed to collaborate with Jeff Koons is the only reason I am paying any attention to this album.
To celebrate the CD’s please, Gaga’s well-oiled Hype Machine have opened a Pop Up Store in New York’s Meat Packing District (and another one in LA) which is open today, tomorrow and Wednesday from Noon to 9 PM each day. Since today is a holiday, I was free to check out the scene on West 14th Street and take some photos so you can see what you’re missing out on. Or not.
The place was totally mobbed within 30 minutes of opening its doors and one of the guys there selling T-Shirts said it had already been “a long day.” HA! In addition to merchandise for sale, which includes a variety of Gaga T Shirts, Canvas Tote Bags, Magazines with her face on them and, of course, the ArtPop CD, the space features a few props from the ArtPop photo shoot and a selection of Gaga’s outfits, which are always fun to see.
For Fans looking for a more personalized experience, there are “interactive” kiosks, where you can virtually insert yourself yourself into one of Gaga’s videos, get your photo taken in front of some Gaga Props and a tiny room where people are leaving written homages to Gaga on its paper walls.
This is the Binary Chair from the ArtPop photo shoot. Pretty cool!
Here you can see Jeff Koons styling and photographing Gaga for the cover sculpture.
This is probably from the CD booklet, but will give you an idea of what Koons’ Gazing Ball exhibit at the David Zwirner gallery looked like.
Here are some masks Gaga wears on stage.
They had lots of T-Shirts for sale!
Sadly, these Gazing Balls, which are props left over from the MTV Music Awards are not for sale.
I enjoyed my visit!
Everybody and his brother has a Kickstarter campaign these days, but on occasion, one of them catches my eye. I definitely have a soft spot in my heart for The Cure, from the time of Three Imaginary Boys, even. So it’s understandable that I would be charmed by this fantastic, hand-crafted resin Bobblehead figure of Robert Smith, which represents the Cure front man at his most adorable.
Created by New York-based artist Derrick Cruz, Mr. Smith: Spinning on a Dizzy Edge is the 3rd and final chapter his Musical Muses Series. According to Cruz, this triptych is an idolatrous effort to immortalize the musicians who’s sincerity and courage helped him survive the 80’s as a teen. I’m sure many of us can relate.
Read all about the genesis of this campaign and see a fun video of little Robert being put together at This Link.
For a $75.00 pledge, the first 100 backers will be guaranteed a handcrafted and painted Mr. Smith figure to be shipped by Christmas 2013, although the 7.25″ tall Robert Smith figure will be available in both painted and unpainted versions. This project will only be funded if at least $12,000 is pledged by Friday November 22nd, 2013 at 5:40PM EST, so all of you Cure collector completists will want to get on it! Visit Kickstarter at This Link to donate and get some rad swag!
Thanks to Pastic and Plush For The Tip!