Our pets have become much more precious than ever in these days. They stay with us all day and are the first to answer if we have a bad day. That is why having a pet, whether it is a cat, a dog, or a hamster, is a blessing.
This is why, even though you’re not a cat guy, these comics and drawings will resonate with you. What is the reason for this? And they’re all about finding a friend you enjoy spending time with on a daily basis, no matter what. It has now become even more so.
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Rita Vigovszky, a Hungarian visual artist, creates a nice mix of illustrations and comics about her everyday life and encounters with her cat, Miyu. In fact, she spends the majority of her time sleeping near Rita or doing silly cat stuff. “Cats are a great source of inspiration for comics and illustrations because they are often up to something amusing or sweet.Even if they don’t do something, their cuteness improves the images.”
Since she was a small child, Rita has been drawing. She wanted to be an illustrator since she was a child, so she became a graphic designer in 2012. She said she “loved it,” but she missed “drawing her own things,” so she concentrated on her own drawings this year. The sweet results of her labour can be seen below.Her comics have a cat-like quality to them: they’re chillin’, killing, nappin’, feeling cheerful, and ready for whatever comes their way. I suppose living with a cat on a daily basis teaches us how to live our lives like a cat. It’s also a valuable lesson.
“I’m really fortunate because I’ve always been working from home, so the quarantine didn’t interfere with my career,” the artist said, adding, “but I’d still like to spend more time outside, visit my friends, and see concerts.” Art and my cat are both here for me until then.Thanks to her drawings, we will enjoy the painting and the cats as well. Enjoy, and if you like it, remember to show your support for the artist by supporting her on the social networking sites mentioned above.