Whitney Houston’s death last weekend has spawned an outpouring of remembrances and fan tributes, from tearful eulogies delivered by high-profile celebs at her funeral, to the less publicized (and occasionally more interesting) sale of Whitney-themed memorabilia on eBay and Etsy.
Crafty-minded sellers are rendering her likeness on everything from memorial plaques and wine barrels to night lights and doll heads.
I wonder what it’s like to direct a choir of angles? “Acutes, you’re starting the refrain too early. And let’s hear a little more from the Obtuse section, please.”
“How Will You Know where the bathroom is in the middle of the night? Whitney will guide you.”
Looking for a wearable tribute that shows everyone how much you loved Whitney? Consider this leather jacket:
Some of Whitney’s own tour fashions are also up for sale, including this Marc Bouwer-designed catsuit and beaded tights:
Sunglasses sold separately.
And finally, there are the Whitney-themed domain names: dozens of web addresses, from OfficialWhitneyHouston.com and WhitneyHoustonfanclub.com to my personal favorite, the über-classy CRACK IS WHACK.COM: