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Rollerskating Poodles and Croissant Characters Form an Adorably Eccentric Cast of Felt Characters by Cat Rabbit

October 23, 2020

Grace Ebert

All images © Cat Rabbit, shared with permission Working out of her studio in Melbourne, textile artist Cat Rabbit (previously) felts a quirky troupe of characters complete with distinctive garb and accessories. A croissant-headed figure dons a striped skirt and floral hat, Pomeranians carry pin cushions on their backs, and four swaggering poodles outfitted with roller skates appear ready to compete in the rink. Some of the anthropomorphized creatures are particularly personal to the artist, like the blanket-enshrouded toad (shown below) that was inspired by a friend’s love for the children’s series, Frog and Toad. Similarly, the George Eliot-esque pug…

 

 



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Quirky New Felt Storybook Characters by 'Cat Rabbit'

December 15, 2017

Christopher Jobson

Textile artist Cat Rabbit (previously) continues to produce a variety of croissant-headed spindly-legged felt creatures, all made by hand in her Melbourne studio. Many of the pieces seen here are special commissions, and several characters also make appearances in storybooks called Soft Stories, a collaboration with Isobel Knowles. You can see more Cat Rabbit goodness on Etsy and in her shop. (via Lustik)…

 

 



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Adorable Animal Characters Crafted Out of Felt by Cat Rabbit

November 29, 2016

Kate Sierzputowski

Textile artist Cat Rabbit sews fabulously dressed animals from felt, crafting characters as diverse as kindergarten-bound lambs and a star mathlete rabbit. Each of her designs is completely made by hand, creating each work without a preconceived pattern. In addition to designing one-of-a-kind characters for her Etsy, the Melbourne-based artist also illustrates children’s storybooks with her sculptures, collaborating with her friend Isobel Knowles under the name Soft Stories. Cat Rabbit posts new works and commissions on her Instagram and Tumblr. (via The Creator’s Project)…

 

 



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An Alphabet of Animals Carved from Crayons and Other Miniature Pencil Works by Diem Chau

April 3, 2013

Christopher Jobson

Armadillo, Boy, Cat, Dove, Elephant, Frog Girl, Handstand, Iguana, Jellyfish, Koala, Ladybug Manatee, Nautilus, Owl, Penguin, Quail, Rabbit, Seahorse Tiger, Urchin, Viper, Wolf, Xiphosura (Horseshoecrab), Yoga, Zebra An artist’s medium is as varied as imagination allows and you’ll find hundreds, maybe even thousands of them here on Colossal. But occasionally a medium itself is altered to create an artwork, as is the case with Seattle artist Diem Chau (previously here and here) who works within the narrow confines of graphite pencil leads and colored crayons to carve her delicate sculptures of animals and people. A native of Vietnam, Chau and…