My Little Pony Goes to Hollywood

My Little Lady Gaga

Move over Frankie, My Little Pony is going to Hollywood. I just stumbled on to these adorable My Little Pony figures by creator/Artist Mari Kasurinen. As they are all handmade and unique, they have been seeling for about £330 a pop. All worth it considering the work and beauty of these little guys. If you want to see more, check out her flicker page. 

My Little Mad Hatter

Probably my favorite of them all; the level of detail gives Tim Burton a run for his money

My Little Michael Jackson

R.I.P Michael Jackson. An ode to M.J when he was still brown.

My Little Frida Kahlo

Beautiful Frida Kahlo

My Little Ziggy Stardust

Ziggy Stardust as a pony! We all knew it would happen one day

My Little Jack Sparrow

I love Johnny Depp in any form, even Pony form. Love the tiny dreads.

My Little Slave Princess Leia

Introducing My Litte Slave Leia…

My Little Edward Scissorhands

Okay… I swear, this is the last Johnny Depp Pony, but seriously, most of her collection features Johnny Depp film characters. Even the scars are all in the right spots.

My Little Bride

Kill Bill’s ‘The Bride’

My Little Gene Simmons

Gene Simmons eat your heart out! Let’s rock and roll all night and party everyday…

If you want to see more of her work, check it out here.
What other character or persona would you like to see Mari Kasurinen do?

Guide to Liverpool Markets – Orange Grove Road, Liverpool

I visited the Liverpool Markets a few weeks back. I remember visiting this centre when it first opened, and the traffic on the highway was insane. It took over an hour just to get in! Since then, the hype has died down a little (phew) but is still a great place to see all the lovely things that you see at markets. 

Mmmm Churros – insert Homer drooling sound

A great selection of vintage and antique pieces and furniture

Beautiful adornments from African inspired ornaments

Lollies galore, yum!

Oh so pretty jewellery from Pinkfox


Jumping Castles! Need I say more?

I saw the biggest jumping castle, it looked like a real GIANT castle, so cool


Asian inspired home wares store, lovin’ the feather vase display 

Totally in love with this wooden room divider, so elegant and natural looking


Some goodies and trinkets from an Asian inspired homewares store

These rugs are massive in size and could probably cover most people’s living room floors

OMG – God I love Peruvian food, I’d definelty recoomend this place. For about $10, you can get a delicious chicken skewer with rice and don’t forget to try the Papa a la Huancaína

There are heaps of things to see and buy:

Food and Grocery Items, Bakery, Butcher, Coffee, Corn On The Cob, Spanish Churros, Delicatessen, Doughnuts, Dutch Poffertjes, Fairy Floss, Fast Food, Fruit, Gozleme, Grocery, Ice Cream, Lollies, Nuts, Perivian Food, Sandwiches, Seafood, Soft Drinks, Sugar Cane Juice, Vegetables, Australian Souvenirs & Gifts, Baby Accessories, Belts, Books, BBQ’s, Camping Goods, Cane Ware, Car Accessories, Carpet, Children’s Clothing, Clothing, Computer Accessories, Cosmetics, Crockery, DVD’s, Electronics, Fashion Accessories, Fishing Goods, Floor Mats, Footwear, Garden Accessories, Giftware, Hand Bags, Indian Clothing, Jumping Castles, Karaoke Equipment, Kitchenware, Ladies Clothing, Ladies Jewellery, Leather Goods, Lighting, Lingerie, Luggage, Manchester, Men’s Accessories, Men’s Clothing, Mobile Phone Accessories, Music Cd’s, Perfume, Personal Care, Pets & Pet Accessories, Picture Frames, Plants, Rugs, Socks, Sports Memorabilia, Sportswear, Tools, Toys, Vases, Water Filters and Work wear. Whoa – what a mouthful – so you see, there’s a lot on offer.

As well as services like: 

Chinese Massage, Embroidery, Mobile Phone Repairs and even Jumping Castles.

Check out for more info:

The 80’s are Back! Exhibition at Powerhouse Museum

Did you hear? THE 80’S ARE BACK!

If you ever wished you could turn back the hands of time, here is your chance with the ’80’s are back’ exhibition at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney. The 80’s were the pinnacle decade for music, fashion, parties, politics and of course, bad perms.


80s Red Robin active leisure wear, photo: Bruno Benini
The 80’s has arguably crowned one of the most interesting decades so far and is still often used as the new generation source of inspiration. The decade of My little Ponies, Transformers, Sampling, Compact Disc (CD), Eddie Murphy, Michael Jackson, Ghostbusters, Back to the Future are some of the things that made the 80’s great. 

The exhibition is categorized into the following themes:
When: On until 27 March 2011
Price: Free with Museum entry
$25 family / $10 adult / $5 child / $6 concession / Powerhouse members free
500 Harris St
Ultimo, 2007

xox Love,

Festival Girl