The Hello Kitty Dolls of Your DreamsSOne of the ways Hello Kitty stays relevant is to turn itself into a feline billboard to promote other things. Recently, that's meant the birth of an array of interesting Kitty-chan collaborations—like a Hello Kitty X Ringu tie-up that was used to promote the horror series' latest spin-off.

Artist Joseph Senior goes one step further—and has done so for several years. Senior, who is an illustrator at a New Zealand ad agency, creates dream Kitty-chan collaborations, such as putting the famed cartoon kitten carbonite or an Ultraman suit or a Daft Punk outfit.

With the way Hello Kitty cross promotions go these days, I wouldn't be surprised to see some of collaborations Senior parodies brought to life. I wouldn't mind, either.

PhotoStream [Flickr via きよおと-KiYOTO via Kotaku Japan]

The Hello Kitty Dolls of Your DreamsS

The Hello Kitty Dolls of Your DreamsS

The Hello Kitty Dolls of Your DreamsS

The Hello Kitty Dolls of Your DreamsS

The Hello Kitty Dolls of Your DreamsS

The Hello Kitty Dolls of Your DreamsS

The Hello Kitty Dolls of Your DreamsS

The Hello Kitty Dolls of Your DreamsS

The Hello Kitty Dolls of Your DreamsS

The Hello Kitty Dolls of Your DreamsS

The Hello Kitty Dolls of Your DreamsS

The Hello Kitty Dolls of Your DreamsS

The Hello Kitty Dolls of Your DreamsS

The Hello Kitty Dolls of Your DreamsS