Takashi Murakami’s parade float

December 7, 2010 at 12:19 pm | Posted in contemporary art, design, illustrator, pop culture | 2 Comments
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There are many times when I wish I was able to view television live. Sunday football is one, Wimbledon is another, and watching the Rockettes in my pajamas at my house perform at the Macy’s Day Parade would be fab. This news is a bit late but what a sight to see: Takashi Murakami’s famous characters Kaikai and Kiki made their debut soaring through the skies of New York. 2011 may be the year of cable for the Maciocha household.

Photos via Design Boom


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  1. No need to get cable–just get a digital TV antennae! Michael has one and it works great. You would get all the networks so you could see football and the Macy’s parade without dealing with the awful cable companies. See this NY Times article: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/06/business/media/06rabbitears.html?src=me&ref=homepage

  2. Caitlan, you’re so right! Rabbit ears it is!

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