I'm not going to lie, you guys: I am a dude who loves Hello Kitty. Admittedly, that's not going to be all that shocking to anyone who's been keeping track of how many references to My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic I've been able to slip into my articles, but it's important to establish that up front so that you all understand just how excited I am about the news of the upcoming Hello Kitty/Street Fighter merchandise line. I mean, if nothing else, that brings us one step closer to Marvel vs. Capcom vs. Sanrio, which would be the greatest thing ever produced.
Don't let Hello Kitty's quiet demeanor fool you. Her march toward possessing every face from pop culture that you've ever held dear continues, and Kick-Ass, Daft Punk and Batman are among her latest victims - at least in the artwork of designer Joseph Senior, whose body of work has been on our radar since last June and continues to swell. He envisions the world as a place where plastic HK kits can be turned into an
The same mind that decided to push the boundaries of automotive design and turn your favorite Marvel and DC heroes into Volkswagen vans has gone one step further and not only removed your beloved characters' mouths; he's also fitted them with the body of Sanrio's world famous cat, and Hello Kitty has never looked deadlier.Andrew Mark Hunter's alternative takes on the little feline as Judge Dredd, a Cenobite, Hellboy
It's not often that one would classify Hello Kitty as cool. Adorable? Sure. Cool? Not so much. But artist Joseph Senior is defying the odds by bringing us some legitimately cool Hello Kitty reinterpretations - no, seriously