When you love those pets that reside in your home you only want the best for them. While most humans give the best food and toys to their pets, Lycs Architecture took it one step further and created designer furniture for his cats. Called CATable and CATable 2.0, these two designs are made with solid wood and are so gorgeous they are purr-fectly at home in any aesthetic.
In February of 2016 Singapore hosted their very first cat themed design show. Held in conjunction with Singapore Design Week and called “9 Lives”, the show featured urban furniture by 9 designers created specifically for cats.
Cat Graffiti is popping up everywhere and some street artists even specialize in it, such as C215, others such as Banksy create pieces that represent all sorts of images, some of which just happen to be of cats. This curated collection of 20 street artists cat graffiti are some of my favourites, but there are many others as well. The one pictured above left is Cat on a Hot Tin Ramp by Guillaumedhios, while the one above right is by a Tucson artist called. Cyfi.
Back in March’16 LA Architects designed 12 cat shelters for the Architects for Animals Giving Shelter charity to benefit FixNation and the results were a resounding creative success. Pictured here are two of the 12 cat shelters;