How was everyone's holiday? It's been a few weeks since I've posted anything and it's because outside of Christmas obligations I've been working myself to the bone. Seriously, I have little to no skin left on most of my body, which is bad for me but great for MRSA. I'm nothing if not thoughtful towards bacteria that thumbs its nose at medical science. I actually had a customer at work the other day that somehow during the course of our conversation was able to inform me that one summer day she had entered the ocean after cutting herself shaving her legs and picked up MRSA. I was pretty impressed with how seemless she was able to work a life threatening infection into casual banter, as I have never needed anyone to know anything about my medical history so badly that wasn't a doctor. Ok, now that I think about it I did post a picture of my kidney stone on Instagram the moment I was able to birth it, so I guess I'm just as guilty. In my defense, that sucker was 5 mm, which sounds small until you realize they're sharp as a razor and like prove it the entire way out. Let's get to the subject of this post before I tell you any more about how I shredded my urinary tract.
This dude here is Luke Chueh's famous bear immitating an even more famous cat. These are an even bigger resin edition of the soft vinyl version you may have previously seen online. Each one is five inches tall and has been hand painted by the man himself, making them all unique pieces of original art. Produced by Flabslab, these are extremely limited and will go on sale this Saturday at 10am eastern time only at flabslab.bigcartel.com for $300 each.