#LOLCATEXHIBISHUN – A Mewving Exhibition of Cat Inspired Art

Teh Katnip Kartel – Cuds, James McKenzie-Blyth

I swung by last night’s PV for Lolcat – Teh Exhibishun, a group art show “exploring the weird and wonderful world of lolcats.” Curated by Jenny Theolin and Soapbox & Sons, the exhibition brings together a variety of graphic designers, illustrators, photographers, animators and writers with all offering their own versions of quirky kitteh inspired art.

Kneel Before Hypno-Kitteh, Pete Hawkes

Did any of the artwork blow my mind? No. But much of it made me grin and some of it even had me laughing out loud. The feel good factor was high as well. 50% of all proceeds are in aid of Battersea Dogs And Cats Home with art for sale as cheap as £1 for postcards to several thousand pounds for large scale framed works … with a whole lot of affordable prices in between.

Lolcat – Teh Exhibishun runs until 15 February at The Framers Gallery, 26 Windmill Street, W1T 2JT. Find out more at lolcattehexhibishun.com.

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