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Cone of Shame


Found this post on This is Colossal and since we are dog lovers, well, we just had to share.  This photo series, Cone of Shame, is a collaboration between photographer, Winnie Au, and costume designer, Marie-Yan Morvan.

Winnie Au is an award-winning fashion, lifestyle, portrait and dog photographer based in Brooklyn, New York.  You can follow her work on her website and on InstagramMarie-Yan Morvan, born and raised in Paris, is an art director and a designer who creates props, environments and costumes.  She can be found on her website and on Instagram as well.

Images:  Courtesy of Winnie Au and Marie Yan Morvan.

Tokyo Wani


Found these incredible headdress in the creative studio of Tokyo Wani.  The group produces oversized basket works of knitted rattan.  The headdresses were created for stage players and photo shoots.  The group also creates store fixtures and window displays.  You can see their cute latest design, kokeshi doll keychains, on their website.

Images:  Courtesy of Tokyo Wani.

Eishun Hi


Kawaii is the culture of cuteness in Japan. This aesthetic is translated as lovable, cute or adorable and can be seen in these “adorable” sculpted figures found in the Japanese handmade online site, Creema. The shop name is Eishun Hi but there is very little information on the creator except that he produces dolls and solid objects.

You can view more of his work on Instagram as well as on his Creema shop.

Images:  Courtesy of Eishun Hi.