$5.99 at Sears
I love ModCloth’s selection of modern, vintage-inspired clothing. But I also love that they dig scooters, too. Here are two new scooter products that they offer: Rome About Print Set This set has 4 8″ x 10″ prints that feature classic Vespas. The prints areone one sheet that you can divide to make […]
Hello Kitty Sweet Cakes Scooter For $9.99 you can’t go wrong. This cute kitty scooter has lots to love: a working headlight, a trailer, quaint kitty treat stamps and *one* rear tire (albeit very wide!), but no helmet. You should by one for you and a friend. Available at Toys R Us. Winx Club […]
Paul Frank Industries has licensed their Julius monkey character for McDonald’s Happy Meals. The toys which are included in the boxed children’s meal include a watch, calendar set, action figure, a notepad, or a magnet set. The magnet set has one with Julius riding a mod scooter. Each item comes with a slip of paper […]
Scooter crafts aren’t just for Christmas (but the alliteration sounds good, no?). A handmade gift is welcome for any holiday or “just because.” But I find that my Christmas list feels a bit more manageable when I start earlier in the year. Of course, it is probably too early to seriously consider typical holiday gifts: […]
Spotted at Anthropologie: embroidered tea towel with scooter. $18.
At a previous Comic-Con I picked up Paris by Andi Watson and Simon Gane. Ever in search for scooter art I saw this at the SLG Comics booth. While thumbing through it, I found some scooters. Sold! I didn’t know much about it, but the scoots were the gateway that introduced me to this sweet […]
I just got back from a week in San Diego for Comic-Con International, the biggest pop culture convention in the U.S. It started about 42 years ago as a comic book convention, but now comics are only a small percentage of the show now. On the plus side, it is a great place to people […]