Last night I attended the media preview of Hello Kitty Con 2014, and it was amazing! If you were able to get tickets, you’re in for an experience of a lifetime.
Taking place at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Hello Kitty Con 2014 is paradise for any Hello Kitty collector.
Hello Kitty Friendship Village, the convention’s main floor, is full of awesome installations and displays. Just look at this Hello Kitty food display!
And this display is just ridiculously cute!
Seriously? Even the shrubbery is supahcute.
The Art Scene features work by artists Dabs Myla, Pose, and Globe Poster, and there are plenty of places for fun photo ops.
There’s a Hello Kitty Tattoo Shop where you can get real tattoos on a first come, first served basis. Here are some of the available designs.
I spent most of my time at Sanrio Vintage Shoppe because I’m old and Hello Kitty represents my childhood.
At some point in my life, I had that jewelry box! (Of course I broke it because I’m clumsy.) Sanrio Vintage Shoppe has authentic vintage items available for sale.
Hello Kitty Friendship Station Pop-Up Shop is another section that will be dangerous to your wallet. This section futures a huge selection of exclusives and other Hello Kitty goods.
I think I’m too old for charm necklaces but this is the best thing ever.
Try not to spend all of your paycheck at Super SuperMarket. I actually didn’t spend any money during the preview, but I will be back on Sunday for this burger sweater by Mighty Fine.
And I may need this Spam musubi maker just because.
Be sure to stop by Upper Deck’s booth to get a free customized trading card. This was my favorite photo opp of the night. Even more photos from preview night are available at my Flickr.