Saturday, May 15, 2010

I Love My Mum Onesie at Zazzle

 
 A cute gift idea for new babies ... though the design can be transferred to other styles of apparel. It can also be cutomized to say something different.

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Historic last flight of Atlantis

Seeing the last time the Space Shuttle Atlantis took off would have been something to see!

Friday, May 14, 2010

Tetris Everywhere


Tetris, originally uploaded by itspaulkelly.

The Flickr blog today shows some images where people see Tetris in everyday items such as this funky building.

Water Spider Fractal Art Mousepad

Personalized Purple Butterfly Coffee Cups

 
This silhouette design of a lovely butterfly comes from an image of Iphiclides podalirius from Plate I in Europas bekannteste Schmetterlinge published about 1895 by Dr. F. Nemos. This coffee cup can be easily personalized to make a unique gift.

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I Love Adina Pins from Zazzle.com

Pink heart design that can be customized with a different name ... I Love Adina Pins from Zazzle.com

I Love Adina button
I Love Adina by definingyou
View all buttons available at zazzle

kameleon KARMA T Shirt from Zazzle.com

A fun find at Zazzle ... kameleon, KARMA T Shirt from Zazzle.com



Here's a link to the video on YouTube...

Culture Club - Karma Chameleon
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmcA9LIIXWw

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Pink Polka Dot Peace Fridge Magnets from Zazzle.com

A peace sign with a pink polka dot pattern on a kitchen magnet. There is a round or square option.

Pink Polka Dot Peace Fridge Magnets from Zazzle.com

Ripples In The Wonder Of Echoes S-SepiaCR Mousepad from Zazzle.com

Some fun new digital art ~ Ripples In The Wonder Of Echoes S-SepiaCR Mousepad by Xzendor7 from Zazzle.com. Reminds me of the kind of artwork you'd find on a thriller novel. The woman's looking back because some monster coming up from a spooky pond is chasing her. Something like that. My sort of WIP (that I work on from time to time so it really isn't a work in progress) involves a kushtaka.


From Wikipedia:

Kushtaka are mythical creatures found in the stories of the Tlingit and Tsimshian Indians of Southeastern Alaska. Loosely translated, kushtaka means, "land otter man".

They are similar to the Nat'ina of the Dan'aina Indians of South Central Alaska, and the Urayuli of the Eskimos in Northern Alaska.

Physically, kushtaka are shape-shifters capable of assuming either human form or the form of an otter. In some accounts, a kushtaka is able to assume the form of any species of otter; in others, only one. Accounts of their behaviour seem to conflict with one another. In some stories, kushtaka are cruel creatures who take delight in tricking poor Tlingit sailors to their deaths. In others, they are friendly and helpful, frequently saving the lost from death by freezing. In many stories, the kushtaka save the lost individual by distracting them with curiously otter-like illusions of their family and friends as they transform their subject into a fellow kushtaka, thus allowing him to survive in the cold. Naturally, this is counted a mixed blessing. However, kushtaka legends are not always pleasant. In some legends it is said the kushtaka will imitate the cries of a baby or the screams of a woman to lure victims to the river. Once there, the kushtaka either kills the person and tears them to shreds or will turn them into another kushtaka.

Legends have it kushtaka can be warded off through copper, urine, and in some stories fire.

Since the kushtaka mainly preys on small children, it has been thought by some that it was used by Tlingit mothers to keep their children from wandering close to the ocean by themselves.

Sunset Sea Gulls Keychain from Zazzle.com

Here were the Sunset Sea Gulls Keychain from Zazzle.com from my own store.

A lovely flock of sea gulls flying against a sunset gradient background. I found the original public domain image of these birds at Open Clip Art.

Gull Sunset Mousepad from Zazzle.com

I had a gull silhouette keychain sell earlier today, and when I went to that product's page I found this wonderful digital art. What a lovely Gull Sunset Mousepad from Zazzle.com.

Kaleidoscope Circus Mouse Mats

I was wandering around Zazzle and found this wonderfully, colorful design called Kaleidoscope Circus created by dndartstudio. Very Pretty.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Cream Polka Dots Tie

Create your own cream polka dotted necktie by changing the background color. There are over 150 options available if you customize this product. If you are shopping for a Father's Day gift, you can create a tie that will work with your father's wardrobe. In this section of the store there are all kinds of styles and polka dot colors available.

Monday, May 10, 2010

Rainbow Peace Keds Shoe at Zazzle.com

Rainbow Peace Keds Shoe ~ Bright rainbow peace sign against a black background.
 
Women's Champion Mini Slip On ~ The original Keds Champion mini slip-on sneakers provide the perfect blank canvas to express your unique style. Choose from infinite original designs or have fun creating your own. Style and comfort make this Keds canvas shoe an undisputable wardrobe essential for every woman. 

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Sunday, May 09, 2010

Lime Green Solid Color Skateboard

Lime Green Skateboard

The solid color lime green (close to the modern shade of chartreuse common on the Web) on a skateboard. You can add your own image or text, or just enjoy this bright, funky and popular color. Zazzle's description: "Whether you’re doing grinds on the half-pipe or kickflips in the street, this competition shaped board has supreme pop! Our decks are made of the best quality hard-rock maple and with our one-of-a-kind printing process; you get the best skateboard available in the world."
 

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Alien Crossing Zone Magnet

Alien Crossing Zone Magnet

Funny warning signs. Display this square magnet at a forty-five (45) degree angle to create a diamond-shapped bright yellow warning sign.

 

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