Hello Kitty is a fictional cartoon character (as contrasted with a non-fictional cartoon character) who is mouthless. She was created in 1974 and has been in third grade since then. She owns a vast amount of clothing and other merchandise, and is the inspiration for many art projects. She is supercute, and we are in Los Angeles, California to explore her world!
The exhibit is in the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles. Come on, let’s go inside!
A Hello Kitty-ish wooden sculpture is placed in the hallway, and we go down the rabbit hole to supercute adventures!
Hello Kitty has a friend named Joey. Joey is one of the most popular kids in school and is very smart. He likes all kinds of sports and has won many medals for being a fast runner. Joey is not afraid of being eaten by Hello Kitty because Hello Kitty does not have a mouth. We think Hello Kitty must be very, very hungry.
According to reference.com, the average apple weighs 1/3 of a pound.
The average apple is 3 inches high. Hello Kitty is very light for her size.
When they look at each other, it’s like looking in a mirror.
The Art of Hello Kitty
Hello Kitty’s classic looks have inspired artists around the world. We are lucky to be able to view their work today.
We can never tell if Hello Kitty is happy or sad. Not having a mouth or eyebrows can be difficult.
Is Mimmy happy or crying?
Hello Kitty’s nose is a very large belly button.
I think Flint Lockwood would approve.
Hello Kitty looks cute in a skirt.
Stop, Hello Kitty! You are frightening me!
There are no candles on the cake because Hello Kitty can’t blow them out.
Dress like Hello Kitty
The museum is displaying an exhibit that shows how to dress like Hello Kitty.
As long as you are perfectly still and everyone stands directly in front of you, it works!
The Fashion of Hello Kitty
You can accessorize with Hello Kitty, or you can dress entirely with Hello Kitty.
How do you put this on?
You look like a pin cushion. I hope you don’t want to sit down.
Stop staring at my kitty!
I can’t hear you. I have a Hello Kitty in my ear.
I think this outfit includes a Hello Kitty holster.
Hello Kitty Lolita?
When you need to be understated, this dress will do nicely.
I’m sorry, I don’t know what this means.
This isn’t a Hello Kitty vibrator. Nope. It’s a “massage wand, designed to buzz away one’s troubles.” Sounds like a vibrator to me…
Why? According to the author, “On the outside, twenty-eight-year-old Fiona Yu appears to be just another Hello Kitty–an educated, well-mannered Asian American woman. Secretly, she feels torn between the traditional Chinese values of her family and the social mores of being an American girl. To escape the burden of carrying her family’s honor, Fiona decides to take her own virginity…”
There is A LOT more Hello Kitty to see!