Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Zen Cat

16 comments:

Borut said...

Love this one even more than its predecessor!:)Cat sitting on a it's split tongue of silence!?:)I got carried away...:(

Brian said...

OHM!!!!

What is the sound of cat and liver?

Shrig said...

I thought it was a cat on a red inner-tube sailing on the water basking in the sun.

But I could be wrong. :P

georg said...

This is beautiful! So simple,so clear!

Josy said...

Pssssh, silly commentors, I know it's a cat on a pillow (although the placid sun does hint at a surfboard..). I love the shapes... the choice to overlap or completely separate them is quite good. Lovely!

Shrig said...

Yes, I forgot to include that this is a very pretty picture. Simple, yet striking :)

Miss Frugality said...

Wow ! I want to be that cat!!!

constance said...

This piece is really 'zen-ish' :) love how you did the cat and the contrasty colours used here. The cat seemed to be really snug and comfy there :)

getzapped said...

I didn't think this would turn out to be such a fun post ;) I had to lol with the debate around what the cat is doing. Can't you tell it's a magic carpet??? hee hee. Actually, I drew it with the shapes and colors in mind, it sorta drew itself. Thank you all for your interesting comments and good day.

Katherine S said...

i want to be that cat too!!
I really like your blog, it is so zen indeed :)

LDahl said...

Love this!

Jane Poe (aka Deborah) said...

This is fabulous ... I love the colours and shapes! JP

luisa brehm said...

ohhhhh GZ, this is sooooooo great !!! love it a loooooooot !!!
the little cat looking the sparrow far away ....
happyyyyyyyy weekend !!!

jmanu said...

thanks for visiting my blog
Hey! A couple of shapes and you created an ama-zen-g illustration!
Great concept.

dintoons said...

soothing, floating, drifting feeling :-) really cool...with lotsa room for many creative interpretations...
getzapped, thanx for the visit, and the insightful comment! do check my response... n do keep coming! :-)

studio lolo said...

I thought I had commented on this but I hadn't...hmmm. The cat looks like an apostrophe to me, so perhaps he's a pause in the moment? The thin blue shape looks like fog coming in, silent of course, like little cat's feet. (I can't remember that poem) I see the red as a strong shape and powerful color to keep him safe. I love this illustration!