Hi CEO Olivia here. Like most felines Dot & Jerry can be pawsitively purrsuasive & pawsitioned that there is an inequality in the dog & cat post ratio. So this week’s post includes both.
Artist Hiroki Takeda watercolors use vibrant hues to paint unique patterns of flowers & vines that shaped his furbulous creations. Takeda wagnificent works evolved from a combination of influences, including his huMom’s love for plants, his background in caricature, & experimenting with numerous styles. “One day, I had a moment in my mind when I saw a painting of an animal & its fur looked like a plant. The idea of combining watercolor with plants & animals felt very natural to me.” the artist stated.
Let’s have a sniff at what Dot & Jerry pounced on 😸
Want to see more of Hiroki Takeda work? You can, follow him on Instagram.
Have a pawsome weekend. Remember to be gnawsome, be kind & stay safe.
CEO Olivia, Dot & Jerry Underfoot 🐾💜🐾