Have you ever encountered things that are simply…strange? Ok, here’s one:
Ummm “cute, but strange.” Cuts too close to home for me. Don’t think I could bite in, could you?
It’s a coffee table. (I know, I know. I had the same thought.)
And then, I saw these in a TJMaxx/Home Goods store.
Seriously, now. Do you think this was what Keith Haring had in mind when he created his works? Do you even know what these are?
|Keith Haring cleaning supplies in TJMaxx
Oh, Keith is just turning in his grave. He must be.
Casabella is a NYC-based cleaning supply company. These and other cleaning supplies launched in 2011 as part of a partnership with the Keith Haring Foundation. Who in his estate signed off on this? And why? I can’t imagine under what circumstances Keith would see this as a desirable use of his work.
Thank God he’s dead.
Talk about scaring kids. This would put them off gingerbread for sure. I wonder if they sell.
And then this:
Novelties. Who thinks of them? Some guy having a beer one day thought, “why don’t I make a talking mustache? And even better, why not make it a functional key ring?” Now that’s entrepreneurship!
This is not so much strange as it is a cute novelty idea perfect for La Jolla, where I saw it. Bardot ice cream bars in San Diego are hand made, rich, creamy and very upscale. Cute, no? I didn’t taste but loved the design.
It’s a strange world full of damn strange stuff, isn’t it? What’s the strangest thing you’ve seen?