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Curl Up With Illustrator Kyle Fewell's Book "Love: Video Games, Girls & Cats"

The New York artist draws inspiration from his kitty Chumley.

 |  Oct 11th 2012  |   0 Contributions

Illustrator Kyle Fewell loves three things: video games, girls, and cats. (We're not sure whether it's in that order.) Living in New York, Kyle draws inspiration from his kitty, Chumley, whom he's immortalized on his site.

His art book Love: Video Games, Girls & Cats was created as Kyle's final project for the Maryland Institute College of Art Art Market. As we've mentioned, we're not sure in which order Kyle loves these three things, but based on the illustrations in Love, video games have a pretty big place in Kyle's heart. Whether it's a girl or a cat, they are always accompanied by a video game. We can't blame him! This Cuteness Correspondent has a Legend of Zelda tattoo!

However, we must point out that it's a kitty who takes front and center on the cover.

Cats also played a pretty big role in Kyle's senior thesis. We here at Catster give major props to anyone courageous enough to be like, "Here is my final statement about my work here at college! Yes, there are cats!"

It's no wonder that since graduating from school, Kyle's had success as an illustrator, with work featured in notable publications. Start with a cat, and the world is your cat tree.

Images via Kyle's website, which you should check out for more of his cool work.


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