Loopy Cat Woman

Crazy Cat Lady by Agnes Loonstra and Ester Scholten.

Loopy Cat Woman through Agnes Loonstra and Ester Scholten.

The picture of the loopy cat girl for sure isn’t what it was. Ladies are embracing and celebrating the label, mentioning our love for tom cats with delight, humor and greater than slightly sass. Many people imagine the time period loopy cat girl a badge of honor. This amusing guide through Agnes Loonstra and Ester Scholten captures the spirit, coolness and, sure, quirkiness of these days’s cat girl. This illustrated party of pussycat fandom options colourful spreads that constitute a completely happy revel in that every one cat fans can establish with. The guide is full of amusing mottos (like “cat hair, don’t care”), portraits of loopy cat girls all over historical past, and it even features a web page of lovable kitty stickers! Printed through Workman Publishing.

Suave Cats

Artful Cats by Mary Savig.

Suave Cats through Mary Savig.

Whether or not they’re expressive or aloof, affectionate or enigmatic, cats make the most productive muses. This pretty guide through Mary Savig delves into the Smithsonian’s Archives of American Artwork collections to discover the relationships between artists and their cats, that includes 130 hardly ever noticed images, sketches, manuscripts and letters. Jasper Johns, Georgia O’Keeffe and plenty of others are noticed appearing off their pussycat pals, who seem as partners, inspirations and frequently regents of the artists’ houses and studios. The photographs are culled from the archive’s intensive holdings from the 19th century via these days and have a good time our cultural heritage via our love and fascination with cats. Printed through Princeton Architectural Press.

Concerning the author:

Annie Butler Shirreffs has labored within the puppy trade for 20 years and is lately the senior editor of Catster and Dogster magazines. A cat lover since she used to be slightly lady, she has at all times had pussycat pals in her lifestyles. She and her husband percentage their Southern California house with their 4 cats, Agatha, Alastair, Jack and Mathilda, and an ever-changing clowder of foster kittens, all of whom experience being testers for cool, new merchandise.

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