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Kamis, 08 November 2012

Janoskians!


About Janoskians


Rabu, 10 Oktober 2012

Blythe Doll!

History

Blythe was created in 1972 by designer Allison Katzman at Marvin Glass and Associates[2] and marketed in the USA by the now-defunct toy company Kenner. Due to a lack of interest, Blythe dolls were only sold for one year in the U.S. (produced in Hong Kong) and also in Australia and Japan, during 1972. It would only become popular some 27 years later. Reportedly, she was modeled after drawings by Margaret Keane, similarly to many other dolls of the '60s and '70s. Her most distinctive feature were eyes that changed color with the pull of a string attached to the back of her head.
In mid-1991, Hasbro purchased Tonka, which acquired Kenner Parker Toys, Inc. in 1987. Since then, all the intellectual properties were transferred to Hasbro.
In 1997, New York TV and video producer Gina Garan was given a 1972 Kenner Blythe by a friend and began using it to practice her photographic skills. She began taking her Blythe everywhere with her and took hundreds of photos. In 1999, she was introduced to CWC's Junko Wong by artist and illustrator, Jeffrey Fulvimari which brought Blythe to the attention of Parco and toy executives. In 2000, Gina published her first book of Blythe photography with Chronicle BooksThis is Blythe. In 2001, Hasbro (the current trademark and license owner) gave Takara[nb 1] of Japan and CWC a license to produce the New Edition of Blythe (Neo Blythe). Blythe was used in a television advertising campaign by Parco, the fashion branch of Seibu Department Stores in Japan and was an instant hit.
In 2003 Blythe was the subject in a segment on the VH1 special, I Love the 70s, where she was said to look like either "Barbie with elephantiasis" or "Christina Ricci" among other things. The success in Japan led Hasbro to issue a license to Ashton-Drake Galleries in 2004 to sell Blythe replica dolls in the United States, where the doll became a niche product in a marginal market, selling largely to adults. In spring 2009, Alexander McQueen launched a fashion line for Target with an ad campaign featuring Blythe dolls.[3]
(c) Wikipedia

Official website

Kamis, 04 Oktober 2012

Domo-kun(どーも くん)!

Domo is the official mascot of Japan's NHK television station, appearing in several 30-second stop-motion interstitial sketches shown as station identification during shows.
OMG. I want one!


 Domo Cookies<3

 B)

 Domo Toys

 Domo Keychain

 Domo Cookies

DomoPink<3

 .......Super Domo? haha

Domo<33 

Jumat, 21 September 2012

One Direction - Live While We're Young!!!

First, i wanna say..............................................Niall has a solo!!!!!!!!

hmm because too funny, i'm trying to crop the video until being a pictures
look:


 HAHAHA Harry expression! 



 lol louis...............

OMG. Niall you are fucking hot, did you know?

 *Melting*

 *now i'm going crazy*

LOL. i love this one :B niall face looks like.......................me-_-

 Zayn expression! lol looks like my..........cousin-___-

 oh yeaaaaahhh


you guys can see the video btw!
check it out!

 i love the banana in that video by the way lol.No no i love when they're playing football! HAHAHAHA
enjoy!

Minggu, 16 September 2012

Shiba Inu(柴犬)!







The Shiba Inu is the smallest of the six original and distinct breeds of dog from Japan.
A small, agile dog that copes very well with mountainous terrain, the Shiba Inu was originally bred for hunting. It is similar in appearance to the Akita, though much smaller in stature. It is one of the few ancient dog breeds still in existence in the world today.

Rilakkuma & Korilakkuma! :3




Rilakkuma a combination of the Japanese pronunciation of relax and the Japanese word for bear) is a Japanese character designed by Aki Kondo, produced by San-X in 2003.
Rilakkuma and Tarepanda, another San-X character, have been described as "huge hits in Japan" by The New York Times. As of May 2010, Rilakkuma ranked as the fifth most popular character in Japan in a survey of the Character Databank.
The San-X company puts staff members under obligation to create one cute character per month. Aki Kondo (also the creater of Okutan to Dannachan) saw a TV show about dogs. She wished to own a pet because at that time she was very busy working and hoped for a more relaxing life. Rilakkuma is an embodiment of her wish.