The new Kitty (formerly Kitty Pryde)
EP, D.A.I.S.Y. Rage
is out today for your free streaming/download. If'n you wanna tumblrize and girlize and otherwise coyly subvert yr hip hop. ☠DEAD❤ISLAND☠
video. Previously seen
on MetaFilter for her Okay Cupid
and Orion's Belt
videos which sparked heated debates. Noisey has an interview
with her, and she's also taking over their twitter
for the day. "If her new EP feels like the work of an artist coming into their own, that’s because it is: It’s as cohesive a body of work as the rapper has ever put out, showcasing the crooked self-assurance that it takes to cop to shit like bed-wetting and making a song with a guy who rejected you."
posted by naju
on Jan 31, 2013 -
"Dog owners have a dog park where they can show off their dogs, but cat people don't have that," she says. "The Internet is where people who love cats can go to say, 'Look how cute my cat is.'" On cat videos on the Internet
, and maintaining the popularity of Henrí and Maru
, while designers
of the Scratching Post
note how how some owners start writing in a first feline style. [more inside]
posted by Wordshore
on Oct 24, 2012 -
"You are invited to the fantastically flamboyant final performance of The Fabulous Screech
and His Trained Humans." A whimsical, surreal, and surprisingly touching little point-and-click game from the maker of The Book of Living Magic and Infinite Ocean (previously
posted by Dojie
on Feb 23, 2012 -
In case you didn't get enough the first time around (previously on MeFi
), now there's a whole book
of cats in wigs with "snappy captions". Spotted on the cover of this week's Publisher's Weekly. I think my cat is hiding.
posted by sparky
on Sep 21, 2009 -
"If you have any creature in the house with a head bigger than a walnut
(including boyfriends), you need a Kitty Wig™."
posted by hermitosis
on Dec 10, 2007 -
Do you seem to feel anxious lately? Well answer a few questions
, and Hello Kitty will provide a psychological analysis for you!
This is just a bit scary. The questions are a little bizarre, too.
posted by Su
on Jul 22, 2002 -
Japan’s Gross National Cool
- Foreign Policy has an interesting article on the impact of Japanese culture and how it has replaced "Made in Japan" products as the dominant export from Japan. The author points to director Hayao Miyazaki, director/actor Takeshi Kitano, artist Takashi Murakami, and singer/songwriter Namie Amuro, as well as anime in general and Hello Kitty as examples of the global spread of Japanese culture. Do you recognize these people or their work? [more inside]
posted by gen
on Apr 30, 2002 -
- Yes this is completely useless, but it is just too much fun. My favorite topics? "New To Barf" and "kitty stomach problems and BARF".
posted by y6y6y6
on Mar 27, 2000 -