- The Dead Man's Hand with the Queen of Hearts as the hold card
- A pack of cigarettes
- A shot glass of bourbon
- A hypodermic needle
- Women's breasts in a black lacy brassiere
- Two rolled up dollar bills coming out of the nostrils
- An Oxy tablet on the tongue
New raffia mask, inspired by vice! Look closely and you will see:
Cinco de Mayo is less than two weeks away. Anybody need a sombrero? Or perhaps the limited edition Margarita cocktail hat.
Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1527-1593) was an Italian painter who created portraits of people out of fruit, vegetables, flowers, fish, and other objects - animate and inanimate. Here's an example of his work:
Giuseppe Arcimboldo [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
By Erik Lernestål - LSH 91503 (sm_dig7869), Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=36888586
Arcimboldo's work inspired Buffalo to create a modern update on the theme. Behold, the Junk Food Mask:
Buffalo's Egyptian headdresses have been popular in the Etsy store so she made some more. Click on the images to go to the store listings.
We finally have some of Buffalo's wonderful themed shirts available for sale on Etsy. Due to copyright issues, not all of the shirts are listed (e.g. the Day of the Dead shirt with R2D2 and C3PO sugar skulls is not listed because Disney has been known to be litigious). I'm not entirely sure what Etsy's policy is on this score but we are erring on the side of caution.
The six shirts that are available are:
Buffalo has been working on some new raffia hats, raffia masks, and costume hats -- all appropriate for Halloween. I have uploaded four of them to the Etsy store. Click on the images below to go directly to the store listing and check back over the next couple of weeks. There is more Halloween gear to come.
Buffalo has been a busy bee since returning from camp. She's made several new hats and an adorable raffia mask. The non-sombrero hat style below is what Buffalo used to call the 'Lady Di Hat'. But so many guys like it, we've renamed it the 'Lord Dan/Lady Di Hat'. Click on the photos below to open a link to the Etsy store listing.
Cinco de Mayo is coming up pretty soon, which celebrates the Mexican army's victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla. Or as we know it in the US, an opportunity to drink margaritas and listen to mariachi bands. It's the perfect day to wear one of Buffalo's raffia sombreros... or her one-of-a-kind margarita hat.