Category: mall activism
The Audubon Aquarium is reducing plastic with their tote bags. . . and healing the earth with their t-shirts. So you can stop worrying about the environment. We’re all good.
Sue Hendrickson, a fossil hunter, discovered the famous T-Rex purchased by the Field Museum, the centerpiece of their dinosaur exhibition. They thanked Sue by naming this gift shop after her.
The self-aware Walden Pond gift shop, perfect place to get your HDT schwag. I especially enjoyed the ironic wall quotes and t-shirts that said, “Simplify.”
I didn’t run the Boston Marathon, but I did attend the expo, so almost the same thing. I really liked these mannequins, running above the shoppers. Although they didn’t show up on the leaderboard, I think they were the big winners.
free people. . .
remembering the Alamo. . .
while charging our car in phoenix, we walked into a mall. . . . malls strive to be somewhere between boutique shopping and an amusement park, but never accomplish either
this is a lousy photo. . . you can even see my reflection in the window. . . but, eh, I like it