Stickers and Trees
17th Jan 2012
I have had a nice January so far. I hope you have too. I've almost got into a stride with the Pindippy packaging running alongside the more (or less) practicle side of things as an actresswriterdoodler person. And I've moved house so I've hit a new personal best with box: bag management.
Mens and Baby wear are now up for wearing by way of the Pindippy store, and have been selling well so if you have a man, or like a man, or wear mens clothes, or have a 6 month old baby, or know a baby who would fit into something that is for a 6 month old baby, go for it! Above is a snap of my brother, Jamie, who will do as my model for now. As long as he's not looking directly at the camera and takes his glasses off he can get away with it. (A bit harsh. Sorry. I'm joking. I love you).
I have some exciting videos in store for Pindippy this month, featuring the nice people like Katie Leung and Tom Rosenthal, who (by the way) has just started an online comedy series called Flat News, "check it" out!
And I'm very happy with the responses from my latest video with Alfie Enoch, Sitting in a Tree. He has gone down a charm! And he pops up again soon as Cousin Pygmalion in the Flat Whites series.
Lots of comments about how gorgeous Alfie is and I agree! He is, indeed, wonderful in many eloquent ways! He added in the word compunction on his own (off his own?) accord. And I can also reveal that he is not at all like his character in real life, thankfully. Although straight-talking is something I am learning to appreciate.
So, next week, the new video is Bookworm inspired, with Katie Leung. Then the following week, there is a new video with Tom Rosenthal, featuring metal and plastic clothes hangers. And ducks. And then Bart, who rides a unicycle so brilliantly, will be featuring again soon, this time with a sticker book.
I think that February will be Pindippy Flat Whites month, with a flurry of new Flat White videos. I miss the accent.
I’m off to get a flat white now, actually.