All’s play with Hello Kitty and tokidoki

Published by | Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
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Clockwise, from left: mystery HK princess; Kymberlee and Simone Legno, "Kitty Mama" Yuko Yamaguchi and me; posing with the inspirational Hello Kitty.

No one can accuse me of all work and no play this past weekend, as I attended a special Hello Kitty artist signing called the Three Apples art exhibit at Royal/T in Culver City, CA with my friend, fellow Hello Kitty fan, and former colleague Kymberlee Weil of introNetworks. Above is a collage of some of the day’s highlights, me getting a signature by ‘Kitty Mama’ Yuko Yamaguchi (Hello Kitty head designer visiting from Tokyo) and Kymberlee with Tokidoki creator, and Creative Inspirations subject Simone Legno — at the launch of the exclusive tokidoki for Hello Kitty 35th Anniversary collection.

We saw an amazing art show, curated by Jamie Rivadeneira, owner of pop-culture shop in Los Angeles, JAPAN LA. Contemporary artists and Hello Kitty fans including Gary Baseman, Ron English, Buff Monster, Camilla d’Errico, Luke Chueh, Deph, and Yosuke Ueno are just a few of the 80+ amazing artists that have created Hello Kitty one-of-a kind artworks on display.

I bought some super cute Tokidoki Hello Kitty items, and got inspiration for my Halloween costume where I plan to channel a nerdy Hello Kitty.


Goodies from the Hello Kitty artist signing this past weekend.

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3 Responses to “All’s play with Hello Kitty and tokidoki”

  1. Too cute! I’m a huge Hello Kitty fan and I absolutely love – I was surprised (and thrilled!) to read about both in your November newsletter! I’m totally jealous of your lunch box!

  2. tokidoki71 says:

    How awesome! Thanks for sharing this Lynda!! I too am jealous :)

  3. Sarah Loves Hello Kitty says:

    I’m definitely jealous too Lynda! I went to Japan last summer and went to a Hello Kitty store but there wasn’t a real big Hello Kitty around! Boo!

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