Cory Doctorow at 1:57 pm Fri, Oct 21, 2011
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Delia Creates made this awesome kids' Frankenstein's monster hat for her son, Owen. She started with an off the peg Frankenstein suit and then modded for great excellence.
Hey Frankie! [deliacreates.blogspot.com]
Has anyone started a Sad Etsy Children site yet?
yeah that is definitely not a happy mutant.
What are you talking about? The kid is just getting into character. He’s having a blast.
How would it even be possible to be unhappy with a hat like that?
I made no such statement about him being unhappy with the hat. Apparently my jest of this Angry new prometheus was mistaken for ignorance. I was quite negligent of my duties and forgot to add s .
You might like Urlesque’s 22 Examples of Etsy Child Abuse (a companion to their classic 20 Sad Etsy Boyfriends).
(The children mostly look a lot happier than the boyfriends, though.)
Thank you. I did enjoy that very much. : )
“Puttin’ on the Ritz!”
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Hey, I like the hat. And I assume that’s a “monster face”. But I swear I’ve seen that look on a teacup poodle wearing a macrame choker.
Correction, mom made the hat from scratch after *seeing* an off the rack costume & hat. Bigger props (HA!) to her. (HA!)
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Godtfred Kirk Christiansen et al, filed Jul 28 1958 [US Patent Office/Google Patents via 365blanc]
Previously: The Lego brick turns 50; Lego cannot be trademarked, European judges rule.
Tom Deininger is an assemblage artist who arranges bewilderingly large collections of odd plastic tchotchkes into gorgeous pieces, including this Monet-like masterpiece.
Obviously, Fab Ciraolo's newly-recovered illustrations of Oldschool Heroes provide more evidence of the ruthless looting of 19A0s culture by the subsequent memetic counterrevolution.
Rob Beschizza at 1:07 pm Fri, Oct 21, 2011
Cory Doctorow at 12:57 pm Fri, Oct 21, 2011
Rob Beschizza at 12:35 pm Fri, Oct 21, 2011