Fat Cat Art Rocks!

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Stephanie Kelley

It’s my own personal conviction that that there’s way too much energy invested in being all serious and gloomy, and not nearly enough in actually enjoying this ride we call life!

 Check out that bartender’s stare…  He’s gonna 86 someone for sure! “A Bar at the Folies-Bergre” by Edouard Manet

Check out that bartender’s stare… He’s gonna 86 someone for sure!
“A Bar at the Folies-Bergre” by Edouard Manet

So it’s always a delight to run across someone’s life work that celebrates art and humour like this laugh out loud art website I just found: Fat Cat Art.
Russian artist Svetlana Petrova teams up with her muse Zarathustra the Cat along with the past masters of art to give us a whole new perspective on Classic Art!
From the Fat Cat Website:
Our name is Zarathustra. We are a cat. According to our assistant (named by ignoramuses as our “owner”) We are the best cat in the world. By the will of the gods, We have been relieved of our animal desires, therefore Our postprandial time is given to the reflections on lofty matters. We are so gracious in Our enjoyment of repasts.
And We are also very very fond of Arrt. Our main passion is to sit for the great artists. Only great artists can appreciate Our generous body and sublime soul.

Napoleon Crossing the Alps

Napolean Crossing the Alps
Jacques-Lars David

What is Arrt? And how to treat it? This is Our tireless concern.
We, Zarathustra the Cat, decided to enlighten the mankind and kindly explain to humans that the most contemporary art is to be found in the Internet. Curators are not interested in Internet memes yet, but We know that happens to all new trends in art, art institutions are usually very slow to react. But street art and graffiti recently found their way to galleries and museums. Now it’s turn of the LOLcats.

 

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