I don’t think there’s anything that I can say that is better than the picture. A picture says a thousand words and all that. You can buy this!
Category Archives: shopping
I was in Palm Springs last month and came across the Louis Vuitton store that had a window display by Yayoi Kusama, the Japanese artist who is obsessed with polkadots, repeating patterns, and intense colors. Here’s an example of the display with Yayoi Kusama in the middle (can you believe she’s in her 80’s?):
Unfortunately I can’t afford anything from the collaboration line between Vuitton and Kusama. I just wish I could have some of those polkadot tentacles from the window display!
Here is a retrospective video from the Tate museum that shows highlights from her work:
I NEED THIS! It is so cool. I think I want the glossy white model but it’s way more expensive. If I have to get one of the cheaper models I guess I’d get the orange one. Here’s the story behind the Litterfish. And you can pre-order your own right here. It would be really cool if they make one in the future that looks like a shark!
Do I need these things? No. Do I want them because they’re cute and yellow? Hell yes!
I haven’t given my Hubby is Hanukkah present yet, but he’s at work and probably won’t look at this until after he opens the present, so it’s safe to post it now.
I hope it will make Hubby smile. Plus I got one for me, because they were on sale if you bought two. I don’t usually like pink, but I decided to buy it anyway.
I’m at home along a lot and sometimes I want a cup of coffee, but I don’t want to use my french press because it’s annoying to clean and I have to make a full pot of it (32oz) for it to come out well. So I decided I want a “coffee dripper” for Hanukkah. It makes one or two cups, and it’s easy to clean. There are several companies that make it but Hario is nice, simple, and inexpensive. You just fit it on top of your coffee mug, put a filter in the top, fill it with a few spoonfuls of grounds, and poor hot water over it. Perfect!