27 posts tagged Unicorns
27 posts tagged Unicorns
Do not provoke the neon unicorn kitty. He’s busy being awesome.
(Unfortunately we do not know the name of the artist responsible for this delightful piece of adhesive street art. If you do, please let us know.)
Today is the third and final day of the Emerald City Comicon here in Seattle, WA. The awesome vibe is still going strong and Archie McPhee is still proudly occupying booth #2013, doing our part to fan the flames of wonderful, whimsical geekery that permeate every corner of the Washington State Convention Center.
One of the happenings we promised would take place during ECCC was the opportunity to meet the Original Unicorn, and boy howdy, was that ever an awesome experience. As you can see from the many images posted above, not only did people get to meet the Unicorn, people also hugged the Unicorn, communed with the Unicorn, and even danced with the Unicorn.
Then there was the unfortunate incident with the poor Star Trek “Redshirt” on the worst away mission ever - accidentally stabbed by a unicorn when approaching for a simple hug. Life can be so cruel. Hilarious, but cruel.
There’s still a little time left to come over to booth #2013 and say hello. Unicorns, horses, anthropomorphic bacon characters and squirrels wearing underpants would love to meet you.
We love the work of Diane Han, a Korean-born illustrator and graphic designer who now lives and works in Los Angeles. We’ve seen horseflies before, but never an indisputably awesome Unicorn Fly.
Hm, swatting at flies might become impossible if we have to stop and consider whether they might be Secret Unicorns.
We’ve may have found the perfect footwear to go with our Inflatable Unicorn Horn or Magical Unicorn Mask. These incredible heelless platform boots are called Unicorn Hooves. They are the work of Oonacat, an artist based in Salt Lake City, Utah who specializes in creating custom-made “heelless hooves” and “heeless paws” as well as awesome pairs of ears and horns.
Check out the Oonacat Etsy shop learn more.
[via Design Taxi]
It’s really hard to fence a bike when some other guy has a magical unicorn to offer. Who could possibly compete with a unicorn, particularly one that shoots rainbows from its horn?
[via Geek Tyrant]
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