Hello Kitty

Analysis How Brands Like Cartoon Network Employ Animated Characters To Enrich Consumer Experiences

Brands are adding extra interest to activations and physical locations by bringing animated characters to life

Design MakerBot Celebrates Hello Kitty Anniversary with 3D-Printed Collectibles

The 3D printing company is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the iconic Japanese character with a series of printable figurines

Hello Kitty Celebrates 40th Anniversary with LA Retrospective, Convention

Curators and fans of all things Sanrio are descending on Los Angeles in honor of the cute cat

Hello Kitty Is Not a Cat, But She Can Be Ice Cubes and Hot Dogs

The revelation from Japanese company Sanrio that Hello Kitty is in fact a human being takes the Internet by surprise

Advertising Hello Kitty Launched into Space to Entice Private Companies to Work with Satellites

The famous Japanese cat mascot goes up into space to urge Japanese companies to start working on space technology

Design Grotesque Figurines Peel Skin Off Children’s Toys [Pics]

Kids are not naturally afraid of internal anatomy, which these toys try to make accessible.

Luxury Tour Japan With Hello Kitty As Your Guide

A new app approved by the Japan Tourism Agency lets you choose from over 50 Hello Kitty characters, take pictures with them and post them to social networks.

Hotels, Hospitality & Travel PSFK’S Top Five Stories Of The Week

We review the best in design, culture, art and fashion and creative business in our weekly 'What's Trending Now' roundup.

Design Hello Kitty Gets Its Own Airline [Pics]

A Taiwanese airline has used the iconic Japanase cartoon characte to decorate planes, food and staff uniforms.

Home Hello Kitty Interactive Cookbook Lets You Tell It When To Turn The Page

Voice control options ensure a mess-free cooking session in the kitchen.

Technology When Hello Kitty Met Darth Vader

A series of remarkable pop-cultural mashups of multi-genre characters.

Advertising (Pics) Taiwan's Hello Kitty Airlines

Taiwan's EVA Airways has gone the extra mile by designing two Hello Kitty brand Airbus A330-200 aircrafts for domestic flights.