FAT CAT ART: Famous Masterpieces Improved by a Ginger Cat With Attitude by Svetlana Petrova (PB)
Internet meme meets classical art in Svetlana Petrova's brilliant Fat Cat Art. Featuring her twenty-two-pound, ginger-colored cat Zarathustra superimposed onto some of the greatest artworks of all time, Petrova's paintings are an Internet sensation. Now fans will have the ultimate full-color collection of her work, including several never-before-seen pieces, to savor for themselves or to give as a gift to fellow cat lovers.
From competing with Venus's sexy reclining pose (and almost knocking her off her chaise lounge in the process) in Titian's Venus of Urbino, to exhibiting complete disdain as he skirts away from God's pointing finger in Michelangelo's Creation of Adam, Zarathustra single-handedly rewrites art history in the way that only an adorable fat cat can.
About the Author
Artist Svetlana Petrova lives in Russia with her lovable feline muse, Zarathustra. Petrova's work was featured in a British exhibition entitled Russian Extremes from Icons to I-Cats.
Svetlana Petrova | Penguin USA | September 2015 | 304 pages | 17.8 x 17.8 x 1.6cm | 530g