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Oct11

KAWS’ “Clean Slate” statue arrives in Dallas

2016 at 07:39 pm by admin | Comments Off

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Visitors to the NorthPark Center in Dallas, Texas will now be greeted with a piece of KAWS artwork! KAWS’ “Clean Slate” statue, which was originally displayed at exhibits in Harbour City, Hong Kong and LA NAVE in Ibiza, will remain as a permanent display in the NorthPark Center. The giant statue of KAWS’ iconic Companion character is the newest addition to the NorthPark’s collection of art, featuring works from Andy Warhol, Frank Stella, Joel Shapiro, Jim Dine, Jonathan Borofsky, James Rosenquist, Antony Gormley, Barry Flanagan and Beverly Pepper. “Clean Slate” was officially unveiled on October 10th, and will be followed by a new KAWS exhibit titled “Where the End Starts”, which will be displayed at the Modern Art Museum of Fort worth nearby! All of these new and upcoming KAWS pieces make Dallas the place to be for fans of KAWS and of pop art in general!

Jul03

Hello Kitty EVA Air in Houston

2015 at 01:52 pm by admin | Comments Off

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EVA Air has been operating a number of Hello Kitty-themed Boeing 777-300ER passenger jet planes around the world recently, with flights headed to Taipet, Singapore, Hong Kong, and other worldwide locations. Most recently, the airline began permanent service from Taipei to Houston, Texas recently, and the occasion was celebrated by a huge Hello Kitty EVA Air event in Houston on June 19th!

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The event, which was hosted alongside the inaugural flight to Houston, featured a number of fun events to mark the occasion, including dance shows on the runway as well as on-stage, along with a variety of free merchandise, exclusive photo ops, and more. The event had a space motif to the decorations and event, and Hello Kitty herself even showed up to the occasion in full space-kitty astronaut gear! The flights itself boast the standard exclusive experience fans have come to expect from EVA Air, and include a variety of Hello Kitty-themed refreshments, accessories, and merchandise. The EVA Air Boeing is now on constant circulation between Taipei and Houston following the event, so don’t miss out on your chance to travel with style thanks to Hello Kitty and friends!

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Jan12

EVA Air announces 2015 plans for Hello Kitty jets

2015 at 01:34 pm by admin | Comments Off

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With Hello Kitty’s 40th anniversary taking place last year, Taiwanese airline EVA Air announced the return of their Hello Kitty-themed Boeing 777-300ER jet and service in October. Following positive reviews and overwhelming fan demand, EVA Air has announced that the Eva Air Hello Kitty jets will remain in service throughout 2015, and has since announced plans for a number of Hello Kitty planes worldwide starting this summer! One of the Boeing 777-300ER jets will begin its circulation between Singapore and EVA’s headquarters in Taipei on June 21st, while another plane will fly between the Taipei location and Houston, Texas starting on June 19th. Both of these planes will make several trips throughout the week, with permanent circulation beginning on July 1st for both routes, and will feature limited-edition Hello Kitty products, food, and other merchandise. While Hello Kitty’s momentous anniversary has come and gone, it looks like there are still lots of reasons for Hello Kitty fans to be excited for 2015!

Sep22

Video game museum finds home in Texas

2014 at 02:41 pm by admin | Comments Off

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The Videogame History Museum has been one of the most well-received booths at conventions and events that it has visited over the past couple of years, featuring a wide collection of classic video gaming memorabilia, tidbits, consoles that began over 25 years ago. Now, after traveling across the United States for over three years, the Videogame History Museum will finally have its first static home in Frisco, Texas!

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Located 25 miles from the Dallas / Fort Worth area, the Videogame History Museum will be hosted in the Frisco Discovery Center, and will focus on not only preserving games for future generations of gamers and fans to enjoy, the non-profit museum also wants to focus on educating visitors about the history of the videogame industry. The exhibit also hopes to one day host workshops to teach students the mechanics and science behind the construction of video games and arcade machines. The exhibit, while still in development stages, is currently slated to open up this coming April.