Fresh out of Fine Arts, spanish artist Juan de Oro decided to create something that caught our atention! Meet Catcatcat Studio a indie sculpture project combining handmade art with new technologies and traditional processes. Everyone loves cats and renaissance art, why not combine both? Cute and classic, fluffy and erudite. Okay we want this in our living room now, we’re art connoisseurs… and cat lovers, we are cat lovers!
First off the first statue that caught our eyes, a sculpture on polyurethane resin, meet David Cat;
Majestic right? Available on 4 different colors standing 27 cm tall.
“It was made in the Italian Renaissance by Michelangelo between 1501 and 1504. Now the Michelangelo´s David has gone through Catcatcat Studio to become the David Cat.”
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Juan works from traditional methods to 3D modeling, 3D printing, moldmaking and casting.
The theme of the pieces is influenced by classicism and pop culture.
Check out the Sphynx cat sculpture to place on the wall.
Made in polyurethane resin it has a light weight and a size of 35 centimeters.
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And of course we cannot talk about renaissance art without talking about the Venus, Venus Cat that is;
Also available in 4 different colors made in polyurethane measuring 27 cm tall.
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“It was made in the Ancient Greece by Alexandros of Antioch between 130 and 100 B.C. Now the Milo´s Venus has gone through Catcatcat Studio to become the Venus Cat.”
We love it, stay tuned on Catcatcat Studio we are sure a bright future awaits him!
Don’t forget to show him some love on https://www.etsy.com/es/shop/CatcatcatStudio where you can find all of the above.