A Hello Kitty art exhibit is open in South Korea from July 19 to November 30, 2008. It features the innovative fusion art - you’ll see Hello Kitty as you’ve never seen her before!

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The exhibit will be in Sky Art 63, so be sure to check it out!

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688070k1People who wear glasses will love this Hello Kitty item! The stand is especially designed for eyeglasses: it has dents on the sides where you can perch your glasses on to.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here’s a Japanese twist to a Russian tradition!

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The Hello Kitty dolls are created to look like the Matryoshka dolls of Russia, a set of dolls of decreasing sizes placed inside the other. The traditional ones are usually known for the intricacy of their design, which is usually hand-painted.

These Sanrio ones, while not as detailed as the tradition matryoshka dolls, more than make up for it in its cuteness!

478164_1 Girly girls will definitely love to decorate their mobile phones with this accessory! Hello Kitty’s face is placed between two butterfly wings, creating a pretty effect. Our favorite kitten’s bow also has a pink gem on it, matching the tie.

Sanrio’s taking an active step in helping conserve energy - through the Hello Kitty solar charger!

The charger is meant for certain models of mobile phones, so if you have a compatible unit with this, why not try this out and do your part in helping save the environment?:)

 

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