»Comparing apples
and oranges is my
daily bread.«

Juli Gudehus

king-size confetti

They are larger than life, they are impressive, they are spectacular. 

Polka dot your life: breakfast table, workplace, walls and windows, floors and furniture – a pinch of mirth here and there. It can be so simple sometimes.

If you have plenty of these king-size confetti, you can pay homage to Yayoi Kusama with a total room production.

In Italian, by the way, -one is added to particularly large things, for example panettone for large pane (bread), nasone for a large naso (nose) or cannone for a large canna (pipe). Hence I could also call my king-size confetti confettone. But confetti in Italian is called coriandoli!