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- Is it weird that we want to steal this Heather Mattoon-drawn cat's outfit? Photo via @misskelly13.
- Artist Langley Fox and musician Z Berg. Photo via @catartshowla.
- Langley Fox's cat art. Photo via @langleyfox.
- Microscopic cat art. Photo via @ingohere.
- Stylish cat ladies. Photo via @pientello.
- Artist Shepard Fairey with his wife Amanda and artist Heather Mattoon. Photo via @catartshowla.
- Shepard Fairey with his cat artwork. Photo via @aniaxix.
- "Say hello to my little friends" by Britt Ehringer. Photo via @krissywendel.
- Sadly, Snoop Dogg (Lion?) wasn't actually there; he was just painted into the piece. Photo via @rocknrollastyle.
- "The perfect accoutrement for any cat art loving lady." - @catartshowLA
It was a big weekend for LA. In addition to hosting the surprisingly classy Grammy Awards in DTLA and Daft Punk's after-party at the Park Plaza Hotel, our city was also home to the world's largest cat-themed art show in Hollywood. Although we weren't able to experience Cat Art Show Los Angeles IRL, Instagram allowed us to live vicariously through the many feline fiends who attended the record-breaking event.
From dainty sketches by Silver Lake star Langley Fox to serious style inspo from Cats in Clothes creator Heather Mattoon, explore our gallery for some top moments. Want more? Catch an encore this coming Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 5pm.
· Cat Art Show [Official Site]
· The World's Largest Cat-Themed Art Show is Coming to LA [Racked]