Sunday, February 27, 2011
Monday, February 21, 2011
Thursday, February 17, 2011
I have a thing for pudgy, round creatures that wobble, instead of walk, like this adorable Chow Chow vying for the Best in Show title at Westminster. His real name is Maddox, but his owners registered him as "Liontame's 1-800-Hot-Stuff". Take a look at his competition here...
This canine and I would make a stunning duo...just as long as he's trained, obedient and can do some light housework (i.e. fetching stuff, scaring burglars and being cute). If he falls short on the housework, I'm sure he would make an excellent companion for lazing on a frilly canopy bed and popping bon bons all day.
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
chic product... Throw a box of Kennedy's fried chicken and some beer in this thing, and you've got a party in the woods. Red Riding Hood should hope for a picnic carry-all that's this nifty. (Speaking of Red Riding Hood, I am less than excited about Catherine Hardwicke's rendition of my favorite fairy-tale. Here's a link to the unamazing trailer.)
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Martha Rich, a Philadelphia-based artist, had an opening last month in New York, and to my dismay, I missed it. Oh drat. But she does have an online gallery of her work at a site she named Cake and Lobster. The site showcases quite a bit of food art (cakes and lobster, natch) and some really quirky, retro illustrations that appeal to me. Check it out.
Via: Cake and Lobster