Seriously – who doesn’t love figma-sized anything?
Tags: drossel, figma, is dinner ready?, kagami, lucky star, miniature food, misao
Tags: 2010, Cosplay, costumes, photos, pop culture expo, saturday, supanova, supernova, sydney, sydney olympic park, the dome
Just going to cut right to the chase here, see end of post for more jabbering from me and explanation for my 3+ month absence ^^
Photos I took from Sydney Supanova 2010 (Saturday). Please excuse the crappy quality of a lot of the photos. Right now I’m borrowing a 1000D from my school library, which is equipped with the shonky Canon 18-55mm lens that comes with the kit T_T;
Enjoy! And please help me name the cosplays I couldn’t identify~
Tags: 120 gcfn, drossel figma, lomography, white holga
Tags: akihabara majokko princess, Cosplay, kirstin dunst, McG, pop life tate modern london, takashi murakami, the vapors, tokyo, turning japanese video
Kirstin Dunst stars in “Akihabara Majokko Princess”, a short film by Takashi Murakami and hollywood director McG, where she sings a cover of “Turning Japanese” while dancing around Akihabara, Tokyo in mahou shoujo cosplay.
EDIT: Okay so for the… let’s see… 3rd time, the YouTube version of this video has been deleted.
So please go here to view Akihabara Majokko Princess on Vimeo (where hopefully, it will not be removed).
Tags: figma, kagami, kidrobot, misao, munny
Daddy munny and baby sized! Which one do you like best?
Tags: aquarium, dylans candy bar, EPCOT, fairway, fao schwarz, florida, golden gate bridge, hollywood studios, japan, jellyfish glowing, magic kingdom, museum of natural history, new york city, nyc, orlando, san francisco, serendipity 3, times square, toy story midway mania ride, uniqlo, walt disneyworld