Hello Kitty $1 Million Painting


I’m not rich. In fact, being rich is something that I never want to aspire to be. While this might seem a bit strange to most people, it is perfectly obvious to anyone why not have large amounts of disposable income is a good thing when living in Hello Kitty Hell. The simple reason is that if money weren’t an object, there is no doubt that horrendous things like $1.5 million dollar Hello Kitty paintings would end up at my house:

hello kitty million dollar painting

hello kitty painting

The mere fact that anyone could conceive that something with the evil feline on it could be worth 7 figures pretty much confirms that all is not right in the world…

Sent in by blair (via eBay)

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17 Responses to Hello Kitty $1 Million Painting

  1. JP says:

    That… is horrendous. :/
    WHY is it 1.5 mill though? Painted by someone famous? Charity? Just because they can?

    Yeah… no. Just… no. Eugh.

  2. I love Hello Kitty!! I would NEVER spend that kind of money on ANY painting!! o.O

  3. Stratagemini says:

    … You could buy a HOUSE for the Cost of that painting. Hell, You Could buy a Hello Kitty House for that much.

    This is horrendous even if it weren’t Hello Kitty.

  4. Acton says:

    I like the layering still 1.5 million is too steep and not worth it. To be worth that much the artist need to be on the line of an Andy Warhol, an artist that defines a movement in art and culture. I just do not see it in him. If I had that much money I could buy a Cessna and do in Hello Kitty colors and buzz Mr. HKH house.

    Ps. just because one can list it on Ebay at an high price it doesn’t mean it worth a high price. I seen too many overpriced Hello Kitty items on Ebay. In addition I work the estate sale circuit and peeved when somebody uses Ebay listing as a basis for pricing estate items.

    Ps jus tbecase on ecan list it for 1.5 million dose not mean it worth a 1.5 million dollars.

  5. kitteh!! says:

    I hate it; it’s entirely recognisable, but neither looks good, nor makes me think.*

    As Acton says, the only way it’s worth $1.5M is if and only if it’s by someone as genre creating/defining as Andy Warhol or Jackson Pollock.

    *Note for HK fans; good fan art can achieve one or both of these, even though I hate Sanrio $over-priced_decaled_consumer_goods

  6. Gail says:

    I’m an art lover and all, but this is super ugly.

  7. kittycrazy says:

    I am a Hello Kitty fan for certain, but what some people call art is just ridiculous! I could retire on that sum of money…

  8. D_peezy says:

    Hello Kitty is for chicks and those who are gay , but that is cool art. 1,000,000!!!???? Who the hell appraised that POS!?

  9. Sanriobaby =^.^= says:

    That’s the thing with art, it’s completely subjective. Personally, I don’t particularly like this nor do I feel it’s worth $1.5 millon, but I’m sure someone who loves this and has enough money to blow will be happy to buy it.

  10. Sabree says:

    I personally like it but no way in hell should it be worth that much unless it was made by a very well known and famous artist (I.E- Warhol) which it is clearly not. I do not know why it is ‘considered’ to be worth that much but they are out of their mind. ;)

  11. Min says:

    You’d feel differently if it were your wife who painted that 1.5mill painting. :-P

  12. MaoSan says:

    Hahaha, this not 1 million but a Dillon painting, sold for 1100$.
    You should have followed the ebay-link before reacting!

  13. Why pay for something you can make yourself~?

  14. Sold for $1100, still ridiculous!

  15. victoria says:

    i would buy it if i was bill gates.

  16. HKTROLL says:

    THIS IS AWESOME
    U BE HATIN ILL BE TROLLIN

    HELLO KITTY PWNS

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