Hello Kitty Seed Art

It’s not often that I see something Hello Kitty that first appears so horrible that I’m actually relieved when I find out what it truly is. It does happen on occasion such as with the Hello Kitty cheese, but it’s a rarity. That rarity happened again when I received an email and thought I was initially looking at a Hello Kitty Zen rock garden:

Hello Kitty seed art

In fact, it’s something called crop art and is made with seeds and beans (which in itself brings about 2 very disturbing points: 1. There is now a Hello Kitty fanatic out there somewhere making plans to create a Hello Kitty Zen rock garden since I mentioned it and 2. Hello Kitty has found her way into something as obscure as the crop art world). Thus, even in relief of finding out it wasn’t something worse, the potential of the initial assumption is bound to become reality in the near future (remember that Hello Kitty cheese – the awful truth was fulfilled there too) which pretty much sums up another day in Hello Kitty Hell…

Sent in by Nina (via Suzanne Mears Crop Art Gallery) who really should have to eat only seeds and beans for the rest of her life for even considering it was a good idea to send this to me…

13 thoughts on “Hello Kitty Seed Art

  1. I’ve decided to make a Hello Kitty zen rock garden just for you. Maybe then you can come and see it and finally be at peace with Hello Kitty and stop your constant bashing.

  2. The time spent on making this astounds me. At least it’s easy to mess up though. Just stomp around on her face a few times, and you’ve both ruined it and blown off some steam.

  3. HAHAHAHAHAHHA!! what the hell is with this hello kitty madness of condoms, crop-art, crop circles? i feel for you, really. hello kitty deserves to be pulverised in numerously inventive ways, only using her useless merchandise. perhaps then they can be put to good use…

  4. Crop art is not really that obscure. Remember “PeeWee’s Playhouse”? He had his portrait in beans hanging on the wall of the playhouse.

    It also has a long and colorful history. Recently my daughter and I read “Red Scarf Girl”, a memoir of a horrible childhood spent during the Cultural Revolution. This poor 12 year-old girl had to pull an all-nighter at school to finish a portrait of Chairman Mao in millet seeds before some big political rally.

    This Hello Kitty piece is fairly lame besides the Pee Wee Herman portrait, which had a sort of gleam in its eye. Sadly the Chairman Mao portrait is lost to us (but the beleaguered young artist still has the tortured memories).

  5. Zen rock gardens are to represent a fraction of the natural world. Such as a gravel bed a ocean, a rock a mountain, meditation on a small space.

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