Valentine’s Lesson #1: Objects = Love (As is Tradition.)


Be My Valentine. Or Buy these artisanal products to express your love.

Nothing says I LOVE YOU like buying things from my store.

A candy tin... of love

A candy tin… of love

A t-shirt... of love

A t-shirt… of love

A mug... of love

A mug… of love

A tote bag... of love

A tote bag… of love

A throw pillow... of loveA throw…

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Valentine’s Lesson #1: Objects = Love (As is Tradition.)


Be My Valentine. Or Buy these artisanal products to express your love.

Nothing says I LOVE YOU like buying things from my store.

A candy tin... of love

A candy tin… of love

A t-shirt... of love

A t-shirt… of love

A mug... of love

A mug… of love

A tote bag... of love

A tote bag… of love

A throw pillow... of loveA throw…

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Valentine’s Lesson #1: Objects = Love (As is Tradition.)


Nothing says I LOVE YOU like buying things from my store.

You will not regret your purchases.*

A postcard... of love
A postcard… of love
A necklace... of love
A necklace… of love
A canvas... of love
A canvas… of love
A throw pillow... of love
A throw pillow… of love
A tote bag... of love
A tote bag… of love
A mug... of love
A mug… of love
A t-shirt... of love
A t-shirt… of love
A candy tin... of love
A candy tin… of love

*you may regret your purchases.


In an absolutely glorious coincidence the commercial that just played on youtube before this video, talking about Horkheimer’s critique of the consumer was a commercial, declaring the importance of the consumer. I hope you get the same commercial.


In an absolutely glorious coincidence the commercial that just played on youtube before this video, talking about Horkheimer’s critique of the consumer was a commercial, declaring the importance of the consumer. I hope you get the same commercial.