Curiosity may not always kill the cat, but it can certainly “frame” it. This seems to be the mantra of this Japanese artist Fujita Satomi, who makes felt wool cat frames, where cats are immortalized with their head keenly popping out of the frame. In a way, we can finally see what the bottom of the box sees when cats stick their head in it.
And it’s not only that. The way each cat is made and framed gives each and every one of them a unique expression, mood, and setting. In some cases, even cat posteriors were framed. Any type of cat you can imagine, she’s done it. Tabbies, Siamese, heterochromatic, hybrids, cat pairs—the variations are as endless as there are cats in the world.
Even though her works are purrfect, her media purresence is somewhat minimal; one could even argue she’s still undiscovered. Hop on before the hype train leaves and follow her social media, so she gets the recognition she deserves! If that were the case, then you could say that you appreciated these brilliant works of art before they were cool and were hung on every cat lover’s wall.#2
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