I think he is catting enough for two, maybe three cats.
Cat. It is a verb now. And you know exactly what it means. Thanks, internet.
Oh, I know what this is. In our house this is a Frenzee. When the cat goes bananas attacking the unseen enemy, that’s a Frenzee.
Catting is also good.
In my house it’s the Zooms, as it’s usually bookended with racing around the house like their tails are on fire.
“‘E’s not pinin’! ‘E’s passed on! This parrot is no more! He has ceased to be! ‘E’s expired and gone to meet ‘is maker! ‘E’s a stiff! Bereft of life, ‘e rests in peace!”
This giant sculpture of a distcintly dead parrot has been installed by UKTV channel Gold in London’s Potter’s Field Park to celebrate the upcoming TV broadcast of the Monty Python’s final performance of their “Monty Python Live (mostly)” farewell show. The 49-foot-long fiberglass version of the “Norwegian Blue” from Monty Python’s beloved “Dead Parrot Sketch" was created over a two month period by a team of three sculptors led by artist Iain Prendergast.
"If you hadn’t nailed ‘im to the perch ‘e’d be pushing up the daisies! ‘Is metabolic processes are now ‘istory! ‘E’s off the twig! "
Mister Polly Parrot will soon be installed outside the 02 Arena where the performance of “Monty Python Live (mostly)” is set to take place on Sunday July 20th, 2014. So you’d better start preparing your silliest walk straight away.
'E's kicked the bucket, 'e's shuffled off 'is mortal coil, run down the curtain and joined the bleedin' choir invisible!! THIS IS AN EX-PARROT!!”
Kazi Riasat Alve:
1. A boy bathing his horse in the Suhrawardi Uddyan lake. The two perform with a circus team in the park.
2. Two homeless boys playing in the smoke from burning straws on a winter morning. The smoke quickly got painfully thick.
3. A climate refugee trying to cool off in the Suhrawardi Uddyan lake
4. A roaming dog late at night
Another brilliant russian artist: Демидова Наталья Юрьевна
Natalya Demidova has started as an animation artist at the animation studio “Soyuzmultfilm”, but in 2000 she left the animation field and became an illustrator.
The artwork you see in this post are her illustrations for “Kashtanka”, a book by A.P. Chechov. The method used in this art is the oils on celluloid, and every painting has been done in just one session!
Natalya’s students think that famous animator Alexander Petrov took a lot of inspiration from her work, as they have been working together at some point.
I’ve received a lot of letters from artists asking to check out their artwork and their blog, and I’ve noticed that a lot of them openly write unhealthy amounts of negative comments about their artwork, it was super depressing, honestly. :(
Confidence plays a very very important role as an artist, it’s what helps us learn and grow without the constant feeling of doubt and jealousy! You are a unique individual who must go down your own unique path, and as scary as it sounds, you can’t rely on others to hold your hand all the way through. You are the only one who can get yourself to where you need to go, and beating up your artwork is not the way! Trust yourself and your abilities to make a change, and you can do anything!!
Love your art, love yourself!