Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Loot. Very very small amounts of loot


Ceramic beads. Four of them have llamas depicted on them. Amelie is to beans what Harry is to ceramic beads. I bet you can get these at Glebe markets or something, but these I carried back with my own bare hands.

Anything to declare?
Yes, carved llama bones.
Cool.
Yeah.
They look abit rune-like.
That's what I thought.
No worries, sir, just step into that little room so a stranger can stick their finger up your bum.
Really? Can't I just give you my number or something?


I tried to steal this. I really did. This is in Hong Kong airport. It wasn't called "Coffee lovers" but it should have because I am a naming genius. They have large displays of sculptures throughout the airport. Halifax had stuffed animals including a polar bear, a lemming and a snowy owl.

7 comments:

worldpeace and a speedboat said...

wot a *triffic* sculpture!

anti ob said...

What? No picture of a stuffed Lemming? Shame on you!

worldpeace and a speedboat said...

btw the sculpture - stone (carved) or plastic (poured/moulded)?

Pippilicious said...

Speedy - not to let the truth get in the way of good story, but that sculpture is one I saw coming back through HK airport - Hazman stole the piccies which is of no relevence 'cept that he can't answer questions about it.
It is ceramic.
The two faces are slightly different colours, representative a an HK drink which is a mixture of coffee and tea.
Pretty cool with the balancing and the fluidity, huh?

Fyodor said...

BUSTED!

Maybe this boy has a talent for fiction after all...

fetzwax

harry said...

Oy! I went to friggin Hong Kong airport to and I saw that goddamed sculpture with my own eyes.

Sure, I stole the photo from you, but I can still answer the question.

It is ceramic. Not like the ceramic Pip is talking about but a totally different type of ceramic.
A much better ceramic than her incorrect answer indicated.

Pippilicious said...

Well, if you're going to plagiarise...