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Chernobyl by Jamie Pitarch

Remember that awful awful nuclear meltdown in Chernobyl? People had to move forever far away, wild animals were fenced into the contaminated area, people across Europe started developing thyroid problems and weird growths, basically, it was a disaster and 26 years later, it’s still inhabitable. Some of you who read …

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The Power of Pink

These are the latest series from artist Scott Scheidly. I’m only really attracted to them because of the pink. It does look funny that some of the most powerful men are wearing pink. Although, I am a staunch supporter of men wearing pink. My 7 year old has a pink gingham …

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Lady FINGERS and Tea?

Israeli artist Ronit Baranga knows exactly how to scare the crap out of dinner guests. These dinnerware are laden with creepy mouths (with teeth) and fingers of the unknown. I don’t know what’s creepier, the finger teacups or the those damn Jabbawockeez masks. Anywho, is it me or are all the mouths …

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Breast Cancer Art

The Keep A Breast Foundation has a great program for ladies diagnosed with breast cancer called the  Treasured Chest Program, where their artwork is displayed on their own plastered torsos. Some past guest artists include  Shepard Fairey, Nick Walker, and Dalek, which helps to raise money for research. All of the …

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Gloomy Bear

One of my favorite characters is  Gloomy Bear by Mori Chack . It’s a pink bear that basically goes ape sh*t on humans, hence the bloody claws and mouth. Pretty poetic, if you ask me. Anywho, I felt compelled to search the internet of almost all the Gloomy Bear products and …

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Hairy Chest, anyone?

Designer Kerry Howley has fashioned human hair into necklaces in hopes of making hair desirable again. Of course, she’s talking about us hairy chicks about hair removal and how people are obsessed with a hairless body. Seriously, I have to say I’m pretty groomed  in places where the sun don’t shine and …

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