I like this more solid style better than the previous, softer blended cat, so I’m going to re-do the first one. I should be done with this project this week so then I will become more committed to having good entries for Punday!
I have been working on some cats for a freelance project and finally got around to coloring one of them!
Colored in Photoshop.
Have Yourself a Very Kitten Christmas.
I was discussing with an acquaintance living in England how I would really like to relocate to Europe and find myself a job. Although he didn’t know of any design jobs in particular that I could apply for, he did send me a link to Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium, the world’s first cat cafe, and told me that if I did perchance find myself in England – I must visit here.
I would absolutely concur.
Upon checking out their website, I found myself not only overly excited about the prospect of visiting this place next time I’m in London, but also loving their design. And so I have decided to start Good Design Day on Wednesday’s. Now that I am out of school it’s even more pertinent that I stay inspired and up-to-date on trends and fresh designs. So to kick off this tradition, go on over and check out Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium and admire the Victorian tea party (with kittens) web design!
As the girl who is often told that her personal Facebook contains more about her cat than herself; the girl who almost cried in the pet store the other day because she couldn’t adopt every single cat and take them home to give them squeezes: I fully appreciate a cafe devoted entirely to cats. Besides, who doesn’t want a mug with cat whiskers on it?