Now for a look at some of my favourite items in my Society6 shop – and just in time too! All day today until midnight you can enjoy 20% off and free shipping store-wide!
L’il Lard Butt Collection
These little babies are all made from my original hand-painted collection of feathered fatties. Do you have a lard butt request? You’ll find some of the originals still available in my Etsy store.
Finally! The favorite lard butts all together on shirts, tanks, rugs, mugs, laptop cases, shower curtains, all over print shirts, pillows, pouches and more…
The L’il Lard Butt Pardalote tote
The Belted Kingfisher is always a big hit. And it looks oh So good as a large pouch too!
Humming bird L’il lard butt as a pouch, shirts, duvet, shower curtain, tote, mug, pillows and more!
I don’t want no scrubs throw pillow
It’s time to put a lard butt CARDINAL ON EVERYTHING!!! He is my most popular lard butt.
This one!!! Bee hummingbird throw pillow.
The least lardy of the lards, the Snowy Owl tote
Heroes, faces, places, and critters…
MAUDE the Unicorn sepia toned pillow
Debbie Harry Cheetara shirts are ready in several styles!
The Princess of Power on everything for your home! – shower curtain, floor and throw pillows, clock, duvet.
BENGAL tiger Mandela all over print shirt.
Super Frenchie as a textile print! – he’s on pillows, mugs, and more!
No need to long for that Tokyo Tower skyline when you wear this!
This beauty is an original hero of mine, Chrysanthemum.
Mermaid Mermista from She-ra, on a throw pillow!
The Hana Collection
These pieces are all inspired by my time in nature, and particularly my time spent in Japan during Sakura season. They are all digital paintings inspired by photographs I take in my travels.
SAKURA close-up all-over print shirt
Falling Sakura canvas pouch.
Black falling sakura hoodie!
This is my very favourite throw pillow – Graphic hot pink and teal Sakura pillow
Falling Sakura all-over print white shirt.
One of my favorite places, Shinjuku Gyoen – throw pillow 🌸
Japanese Cherry Tree Digital Painting Duvet cover
The pinkest! All over print Sakura shirt!
Hanami Time Shower Curtain
Sakura pouch 🌸🌸🌸
Sakura II curtains!
Hope you enjoyed this little stroll through my favorite items on Society6. Feel free to reach out with questions and special requests.
For 5 visits to Tokyo now my closest friend Kelly has been gently suggesting a day trip to Kamakura. Every other time I brush the suggestion off and find a way to stay in Tokyo. Part laziness, part there are so many things to do I almost have a panic attack thinking about missing out on something. This time, though, and with the help of Gabrizelle – we made it happen. It was glorious.
This sexy little camel adorned a tiny restaurant on a narrow street filled with gorgeous, but quaint shops and dining spots.
Hase-dera is set on the hillside and is a glorious spot with many things to gaze at and a view to die for.
Blossoms just outside Hase-dera caught my eye.
DAIBATSU – the big Buddha. He survived a tsunami that washed away the temple around him. You can actually walk inside him – avoid this if you hate the heat and are claustrophobic. I survived, only just, but it was awe-inspiring to see the work done to make such an awe-inspiring Buddha.
Lone giant crow surverys the crowds at Hase-dera. Children dropping ice cream ensure that he will eat like a king in no time.
Watch out for kites wanting to rip into your tender flesh! Seriously though, seeing these majestic beauties soaring above us at Hase-dera was a bit of a thrill for me as I’m a bird guy.
The view from the top at Hase-dera convinces me that I must see it again when I return. I also said some really intense prayers both here and at Fushimi Inari (more on that later) and when those prayers are answered I HAVE to go back to humbly give thanks.
When we left Hase-dera I hydrated with one of these babies. Words cannot convey the tart apple punch to the face. This was my only Vivit’s sparkling apple juice I enjoyed in Japan and I will be counting the days until I can shove guzzle another. After a slow, beautiful walk through Kamakura and back to the train station we made one last stop for a bowl of noodles that made me weep. The flavour. The pride noodle man should have. Oh man. I’ll either speak on Inari and Kyoto or Team Lab in my next post. Stay tuned!