Adventure Time’s BMO

Adventure Time’s BMO

BMO is a living video game console, portable electrical outlet, music player, roommate, camera, alarm clock, toaster, flashlight, strobe light, skateboarder, friend, soccer player, video editor, video player, tape player and Chef. BMO looks like a half-Macintosh half-Game Boy Color with Atari 2600 controllers. It also shares some traits with a Vectrex. BMO is a medium-sized teal/blue-green handheld gaming device, sometimes appearing with one or two controllers attached to it. When it is not being played it has an 8-bit face. (via/read more) He, or it, appears in the animated series Adventure Time created by Pendleton Ward in 2008, which is aired by Cartoon Network. BMO’s image is good for some fine merchandise like the ones above but we’ve also seen watches and notebooks to die for! Continue reading

Fashion Fairy Tale F/W 2014: Officially Licensed

Fashion Fairy Tale f/w 2014; Snow White at Red Valentino in Milan.

Walt Disney’s Snow White as a fashion theme at Red Valentino. Or should we call this small collection just Disney merchandise? Yes we will, because that’s what it is. While we’re at it let’s buy that funny I-phone decal by Disney as well! We’ll put our phone in the Moschino/McDonalds/Chanel purse, (designed by Jeremy Scott for his first collection for  Moschino.) It all will match wonderfully with the SpongeBob Squarepants coat (most likely officially licensed as well), also from Moschino.  We would if we were 20 years younger, maybe.
(image via decalator, fashion images via

Fashion Fairy Tale F/W 2014: Little Red Riding Hood

Pool Boy

Pool Boy,

look at him Shine….
Pool Boy

pool boy
A comic pool boy, being adored by Big Ange. Image/gif editing by Mimi Berlin.

(imagecredits: Angela “Big Ang” Raiola, TV reality star on VH1/ Illustration by Hattie Stewart (via cargocollective)

Dancing Foods

A naughty sausage, marvelous how the bun is portrayed as the most adult one of the two! Drive-In intermission 1960’s. Showed during a short break to lure the audience to the snack counter.  HERE on YouTube, you’ll see about 6 minutes of those intermission’s

Simple but effective, look at the nutcracker’s little knees! Taken from Thru the Mirror, a Mickey Mouse cartoon produced by Walt Disney Productions, released by United Artists in 1936. (via randar)