Cathy Peng is an illustrator and designer from Toronto. She has recently created a whole line of brilliant cat products for her Etsy Shop, including cards, stickers, t-shirts, tote bags, notebooks, prints and many other lovely items. Cathy also has a great blog showcasing more of her work, life and cats - check it out! Her adorable cats are called Dex (left) and Suki.
Jan 23, 2012
Joana Rosa Braganca is a wonderful Portuguese artist. She does illustrations, printmaking, photography and three dimensional pieces (including beautiful dolls). There is so much brilliant, cat-related work on her website and blog, it was very difficult to make a selection. So make sure you check out all her other work, everything Joana makes is super-inspiring. Her beautiful cats are called Patanisca and Crispim.
Posted by Anke Weckmann at 2:17 PM
Jan 16, 2012
Kaye Blegvad agreed to show her work on this blog because I absolutely love it. Kaye is originally from London, studied Illustration in Brighton and now lives in New York. She makes beautiful illustrations, a wide variety of lovely objects and even her own amazing jewellery line. Her cute cat is called Milo.
Posted by Anke Weckmann at 2:05 PM
Jan 9, 2012
Anaïs Massini is an illustrator from Aveyron in France. She has illustrated a lot of children's books, check out her website to see more - her work is amazing. Since this blog is all about cats, I wanted to share her beautiful cat paintings with you, as well as this adorable photo of her feline friends Subaru (left) and Bikini. Don't forget to visit her blog & flickr for more loveliness.
Posted by Anke Weckmann at 9:12 AM
Jan 2, 2012
Stephanie Baker is a mixed media artist from New Jersey, where she creates wonderfully inventive vintage style ornaments and handmade dolls under the name Old World Primitives. I didn't have a Christmas tree this year, but next year I want one - and it will be decorated with her amazing ornaments! She sells her creations in her Etsy shop and shares more of her work and life on flickr. Stephanie's adorable cats are called Trooper, Slayer, Squeaker and Harold (clockwise from top left).
Posted by Anke Weckmann at 11:52 AM