Just when you think you’ve seen everything, you see this: a plush Cotton Candy Cocoon inspired by the cult classic, Killer Klowns from Outer Space. Yes, it exists.
On a trade show floor crammed with 600 exhibitors, the one thing you need to do is stand out visually, and this how you do it. This life-size Pink Phone Box was spotted at the recent BDNY (Boutique Design New York) show in the booth for Cooper Classics, who specialize in wall mirrors and cabinets to the hospitality trade.
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On my wonderful summer vacation in London, I noticed these pedicabs available for hire everywhere. As a means of moving from one place to another — albeit not very quickly, because Central London as crowded as fuck — most of these pedal-powered rickshaws were pretty pimped out, upholstered in neon fur and sparkly fabrics. I also noticed that each one was equipped with a booming personal sound system, so that people knew you were coming before you got there. Consider this an affordable way to travel in style.
George Townley is a London-based designer and illustrator with a passion for drawing stylized architechture, as well as reimagined movie and travel posters. This fantastic rendition of Barbie’s very pink Dream House was spotted in the booth for LA’s Spoke Art Gallery at the recent New York Comic Con. Fabulous.
Artist Damilola Odusote is known for his eclectic and intricate works that combine ink drawings with tiny human figures. His favorite artists MC Escher and David Shrigley for the detail and humor in their deep thought provoking drawings, and you can definitely see an Escher influence in this piece, entitled Show Pink Love Together. Spotted at the recent Affordable Art Fair in NYC, this work is priced at $950 from Arteria Gallery.