Move over, Hello Kitty. This cool cat is going after your crown.
Given what's happened to other childhood faves (RIP, toothy Sonic), there are a lot of ways this could go.
Sanrio takes on patriarchal office dynamics, awkward female friendships, and the cathartic power of death metal.
Merchandising icon or subversive millennial idol? Exploring the enduring appeal of Hello Kitty, from the kawaii boom of the 70s to a Frank Ocean festival headline slot.
The cute character from Japan has been seen on a growing number of cars all over the country, and nobody really understands why.
There’s no better way to experience Japan's cuteness-driven kawaii culture than by literally consuming it.
Call it edible anime or call it an act of brilliance, but it turns out that if you dress up your food to look like your favorite anime characters, customers will come in droves.
Is life really this complicated?
Plus an artist seeking spare menstrual blood, Hello Kitty exhibitions, and Nick Cage's coupe.
Here is how to make a piña colada in your brain by watching bizarre, coconutty internet videos.