Shirts, mugs, decals, & socks printed by Galloree.com. Buttons & clocks printed by Zazzle.com.
(Some art is made of big, visible pixels. Check previews before purchase.)
A cat rests on a cushion
Floating in the sky…?
The thing that really woke me up to the wonders of the arts was the film Yellow Submarine, when I saw it in 2001 when I was in middle school. I had always hated art, but something in it flipped a mental switch or something, and it just spiraled from there. Psychedelia remains my very favorite style of art (tied with pixel art, but psychedelia extends beyond the simply visual of course. I have a fondness for 16-bit music too but it's not my favorite.) So it's kinda weird, I guess, how little of my artwork fits the psychedelia style. I'm just better at pixels maybe. But I try!
The original "Kushen Kitten" design, of which only one copy exists, was just a boring photo of my cat with a purple frame. I think the psychedelic workover I gave it makes it an actually-interesting work of art. It's perfectly suited for a stylish button pin, to go with your cat button collection on your messenger bag. Or wherever else you want to put a button pin. Just don't put it in front of Mousie, the cat in the picture. She'll poke her eye out with it. She's not very bright, unfortunately. As far as eyes go though, for humans, it's pretty eye-catching! Again, watch the pin on the back. Look at the other side, please. Don't be like Mousie.
Also, be warned, this design will not make you look masculine at all, especially if you buy it on the special pink, print-all-over patterned, pretty expensive T-shirt.