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This illustration was made for the upcoming Cashcats.biz Exhibition at Oakland's Cat Town Cafe (starting december 5th 2014)
The Fortune Cash Cat is my 2014 interpretation of the classic Japanese Maneki Neko, believed to bring good luck and fortune to its owners. I didn't want to be disrespectful to this icon, so I didn't want to treat it as a joke, a clown cat, but as a real icon that could be trust at a first degree by someone. It was also a great pleasure to shoot my own cat that I consider to be the most beautiful in the world !
Some limited T-shirts (around 60) are available at this address : cashcats.biz/shirt And limited print will be sold starting december 5th during the Cashcats.biz Exhibition at Cat Town Cafe 2869 Broadway in Oakland, CA!
Few more details and images on my behance page ! www.behance.net/gallery/216078… And as always, you can follow me on Facebook also www.facebook.com/giraultmaxime
This project features the beautiful colors of pastel Penny skateboards. I started this one in Los Angeles this summer, and i really felt something about the place and the skate way of life. I wanted to make an illustration based on feelings more than a story. Thanks to Penny Australia, and to my model on this one, Unity Maya.
All stocks used are mines. The ground texture really comes from Venice beach ahah (yeah I always like to have history in the stocks !)