What makes anything better? Adding a cat. In fact, adding more than one cat. Everything is better with cats.
Don't believe us? Here's what happens when you infuse popular culture icons and movements with cats, to create delicious pop culture cat tea (so to speak).
Image from RipnDipClothing.
Frida Kahlo is the famous Mexican artist and feminist symbol with the infamous eyebrows. Kahlo is known for her self-portraits and paintings which contained sexual, political, and other symbolic imagery. Which is why it makes sense to pair one of Kahlo's paintings with Nermal the cat, an uncomfortably human-featured cat who always looks like he knows something you don't. The cats here replaces the apes that graced the original painting ("Self Portrait with Monkeys"), and we have to admit the effect is… a lot more unsettling.
Image from Jamie Shelman.
Your cat might not have any political views of his own, but even he knows that women's rights are something well worth fighting for. Cats were already an indirect part of the Women's March thanks to the pink cat hats worn by many of those who participated. Now this shirt combines the pink cat hat with an actual cat, creating an adorable black cat with pink ears. It's a cute shirt and a strong statement in one.
Image by JetoyUSA.
Classical paintings might not have been created in our current culture, but certain artworks have become such a part of our culture that nearly everyone recognizes them. Amidst banana cats and other adorable kitty merch, Jetoy created a line of notebooks featuring cats in classic paintings. With their signature large soulful eyes and silky smooth-looking fur, these classical art cats grace the covers of notebooks. If you ask us, the cats look better than their original human counterparts.
Image by Captain Feline.
Cats even make movies better, as can be clearly seen in the works of Captain Feline. The series of cat-movie icon mashups features classics like the "The Cat Bride," "Kitty Rider," and "Cats in Black." Great movies become even greater when you replace all human heads with cat heads, which these shirts do with awesome detail. It looks much less creepier than we make it sound, promise!
Image by Ninjabot.
If you prefer your cats of the coffee-table variety, Ninjabot's Pop Cats book is simply perfect. A (deservingly) successful Kickstarter, Pop Cats are cute cat versions of pop icons and characters. The book features a collection of kitty pop icons including Hairy Potter, Dath Kitty, Captain Americat, and many other puntastic furry friends.
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