Posting photos online is quite normal those days. However, you might just be a “web celebrity” overnight beyond your expectation in a bit awkward way. And this can happen to cat too. It all started with a humorous meme picture of a lovely cat sitting like a human. People started doodling on the image to make it funnier. With just a few strokes of the pen, the cat is now skateboarding, soaring through the sky on a cloud, and giving Donald Trump a much needed hairstyle update. Those images are quite hilarious to us but maybe not for the cat itself if he/she can ever see them. See more of the doodling here.
Kids are one group of people full of hope. They haven’t be trained and shaped into what society want them to be. They are full of creativity and imagination. Many people are devoted to help young kids realize the power of imagination and to encourage them to pursue their creative potential, artists from “The Monster Project” are among them. In the project, elementary school students are asked to draw a monster, without rules or restrictions. Then the finished drawings are sent to artists all across the globe so they can recreate them as 3D illustrations, animations, and paintings. After the transformation, the monsters are returned to the kids so they can see their creativity brought to life without worrying about grades or judgements. Find more about this project on its website or their Behance page.
If coffee is cat, which type of cat each coffee represents? Probably not much people think about this question. However, since these two things are the greatest passions for Moscow-based artist Elena Efremova, she manages to connect them in a cute artistic way – depicting different coffee’s flavour by drawing different breeds of cats. According to Efremova, “Here are my coffee cats, each has its own character, as well as every type of coffee has its own flavour.” Americano, macchiato, cappuccino and latte, do you think those cats can prefectly represents those coffee?
1. French coffee cat
Having a pet like toothless in not only in the movie, but also in the hands of Manik & Ratan, twin brothers based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. They are both cartoonist, animators, designers and shared a pet – an illustrated dragon. When they first drew the dragon, that dragon looked so adorable that they thought, what if it interacted with the pencil. So they drew the dragon which was poked by a pencil. It was so much fun seeing that dragon was annoyed. Since then, they started to interact the dragon with other daily objects like stapler, cell phone, tape, magnifyier or hair dryer. Then they uploaded the doodle to their Instagram profile and share their adorable pet with others.