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Leah Reena Goren Has a Cat Dress to Match Your Cat Scarf

The artist's own curly-haired kitty serves as inspiration for the stylish patterns.

 |  Jan 24th 2013  |   2 Contributions


Whats better than one cat? Two cats! What's better than two cats? Three cats! What's better than three cats? Four cats! We could go on. As long as you can care for and love multiple cats, we don't disagree with having as many as possible.

But let's say you can't have that many cats. Artist Leah Reena Goren has only one curly-haired cat, but that doesn't mean she can't imagine having many, many more. Because (we theorize) she can't have so many, she uses her creative skills to draw patterns that contain multiple cats, so she (and we) can have as many as we like with us wherever we go. Check out her blog to see what we mean.

Goren's curly-haired cat named Moses. Photo via Goren's blog

A cat dress AND a cat scarf. Photo via Goren's blog, items can be purchased from her Etsy store.

Goren graduated from Parsons School of Design with a BFA in illustration. She creates wild and whimsical patterns and textiles, which you might have seen before.

Red cat.

We came across her work while perusing art website Society 6. There you can find all sorts of illustrations, including artsy and geeky, that are available as framed prints, cell phone cases, cards, and sometimes bags and clothing. Goren's "Picasso Cats" are particularly appealing because you can imagine the print is all about one cat going through daily motions like a feline ballet.

Twist, stretch, curl, meow, stretch, etc. etc. etc.

For something a little more understated, there is Goren's black or white cat head print.

White cat on black ...

... or black cat on white.

Check out more of Goren's work at her website.

Which pattern is your favorite?

Unless otherwise noted, images via Society 6

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