Parrot Carpet for the Semana Santa in Antigua

During Easter Week in Antigua Guatemala happens the biggest religious celebration in the region, when huge processions wind their way through the town’s streets. In Antigua Guatemala, this week is expected not only by the tourist but also by the locals. The most relevant activities during this time are religious activities like processions, carpets (alfombras), and vigils (vigilias).
Everybody adorn the streets with easter week carpets using colored sawdust, flowers, fruit, flowers, vegetables and other materials making spectacular designs for the procession to pass over. The processions are of a religious theme depicting the last days of Christ.

Photo source: Wikipedia

Some alfombras get a little 3D, like this Parrot made from fruit.

Parrot Advertising for World Enviroment Day

“Don’t let the planet off air.”
Dia Mundial do Meio Ambiente - Record Minas
Advertising Agency: Feeling Comunicação

Swiss Cartoon Character Globi

Globi, 1962

Globi is a Swiss cartoon character often referred to as Switzerland's Mickey Mouse. He is pictured as an anthropomorphic blue parrot with a yellow beak wearing a black beret and a pair of red and black checked trousers. He was created by the Swiss cartoonist Robert Lips, as an advertising character for the Swiss department store Globus in 1932 for the company's 25th anniversary. He was originally planned to be called “Kimbukku”, but later renamed Globi after the local Basel German (Baseldytsch) dialect word for the department store that created him.

Robert Lips (1912 - 1975) was the creator of the Swiss comic strip 'Globi', one of the country's longest running comic strips. Initially a sports cartoonist from Zürich, Lips was hired by the Globus department stores to create a character for the celebration of their 25th anniversary in 1932. After appearing on various advertising campaigns, the character got its own magazine, Der Globi, in 1935. Starting as an exclusive animal strip, 'Globi' soon evolved into an antropomorphic character, wearing trousers and a cap. In addition, 'Globi' products were launched, like Globi chocolat, and from 1936, the first Globi Clubs were founded. By the 1950s, there were about 700 clubs with over 9,000 members. Robert Lips drew 'Globi' until his death in 1975. He was succeeded by artists like Werner Büchi and Peter Heinzer.

Midori Parrot Stationery


Point markers 

Puzzle Point markers

Writing Marker

Lovebirds Stickers

Macaws, Cockatoos, African Grey Stickers

Budgies & Cockatiels Stickers

Budgies Stickers

Pockets Clear Folder

Index Labels


"Things to do" notebook 

A5 Size Notebook

Cockatiel Accessories

Budgie Accessories