The Canadian brand Moozoo , based in Montreal and very inspired by Japanese fashion and its kawaii design, proposes the Kitty Collar Blouse , a shirt with an adorable cat-shaped collar.
Sergey Polyushko is a photographer based in Kiev. Among his favorite subjects, we can find animals. He catches touching, humorous and adorable portraits.
What started in 2013 as a quirky attempt to immortalize famous internet cats on clothes by embroidery artist Hiroko Kubota , has now transformed into a full-fledged custom clothing line where people can request embroideries of their favorite pets on her own brand of shirts, Go!Go!5 .
Since 2012, Shelley Bean and Mallory Mae creates delicious pop culture-inspired cookies. As straight up of a comics, from Captain America to Iron Man, cookies are very well decorated and even Pusheen , the adorable cat from Facebook has his own collection.
The Citizens Advertising Takeover Service replaced 68 adverts in Clapham Common tube station with pictures of cats. Organisers say they hope the pictures will help people think differently about the world around them.
New York City‘s first cat cafe: a modern cafe lounge where kitties roam freely, awaiting adoption. Integrated seating and displays are thoughtfully detailed throughout.
At the exhibition “Space in Ginza”, the French artist Emmanuelle Moureaux presents this huge suspension of 18,000 silhouettes. With 100 different colors, I am here depicts the feelings of submersion that one can feel in the crowd of Ginza.
Henri Matisse/ © Robert Capa / © International Center of Photography / Magnum Photos Jean-Michel Basquiat and Cat/ James van der Zee / 1982 John Cage/ Courtesy of the John Cage Trust Herbert Tobias / Photograph by Peter Fuerst; @ 2014 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn Georgia O’Keeffe / Photograph by John Candelario / Courtesy Palace of the Governors Photo Archives Pablo Picasso / Photograph by Carlos Nadal, 1960; © Estate of Pablo Picasso / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York Andy Warhol 1 / © 2014 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York Maya Lin / © Michael Katakis / The British Library Artists and Their Cats from Chronicle Books, edited by Alison Nastasi Although many have been considered an artist’s muse, none have served as repeatedly as the common feline. Often basking directly beside our world’s famous artists, cats have consistently served as creative companion and confidant..
Artist Endre Penovac (previously here and here ) depicts mysterious cats and ethereal roosters with a carefully perfected watercolor technique using diluted inks. Instead of trying to control his brushstrokes, Penovac seems to let the medium run amok across the canvas as it bleeds in every direction, and yet even these happy accidents result in precisely rendered paintings. Seen here is a collection of paintings from the last year or so, but you can see more originals and prints on Saatchi Art .
As he travels the world with spray cans in hand, Parisian street artist C215 ( previously ) depicts what he describes as “things and people that society aims at keeping hidden.” Homeless people, street kids, smokers, and refugees are all muses for his unique brand of intricate stencil work that reduce his subject’s faces into sinewy outlines. One of his favorite things to depict are the faces of friendly felines that peer out from walls or on the sides of trash bins, oddly perfect and regal despite their rugged urban surroundings. Collected here are some of our favorite cats from the last two years or so, but you can see more up-to-date works on both Flickr and Facebook .
Melaquino works in a coffee shop in San Francisco for several years. In order to vary little drawings often made on customers’ lattes, a friend encourage her to add more imagination to these banal little creations.
Website Boredpanda has compiled more than 15 minimalistic tattoos made on people’s foot. Autumn leaves or fragile snowflakes, a very thin poppy, a cat, a paperplane or a tree, you will find good ideas to make your own discret and poetic tattoo.
New Daily Illustrations by Jag Nagra Vancouver-based designer Jag Nagra is working on another series of daily illustrations. The focus of the new series is an interesting one – she is celebrating “one weird and wonderful ‘national’ holiday each day”. The project includes some gems such as the “National Cat Day”, “Bubble Bath Day”, “Make Cut Out Snowflakes Day”, “National Wear a Plunger on Your Head Day” and “Pie in the Face Day”, among others.a
You can now let your cat scratch its claws on the most famous artworks thanks to the Copycat Art Scratcher . These funny gadgets are simply scratchers for cats, playing with the great paintings of history, from The Leonardo’s Mona Lisa to The Girl with the Pearl by Vermeer.
I invite you to discover the surreal photographs of Alexey Menschikov , a Russian artist who plays with the shadows of the street, passers-by, birds, dogs or cats, in some beautiful pictures in black and white, creating subtly strange arrangements.