We, Zarathustra the Cat, had kindly spent two months wondering in the pure fields of abstraction. Some fans of Our noble species don’t believe that a cat can be depicted by means of abstract art. “How does an abstract cat look like?” they ask with scepticism. But the great abstract artist of our days Max Hattler knows the answer:
We were immensly kind to forget our Very Important Cat’s Duties to sit to Max and his crew inspiring them in creation of the new masterpiece. Then We graciously visited the exhibition opening to demonstrate to ignoramuses an abstract Cat in vivo:
The name of the piece of art is “A Very Large Increase in the Size, Amount, or Importance of Something Over a Very Short Period of Time”. “What does it mean?’ – you should ask. “It means: Fat Cat Photoshopped into Famous Artworks and Posted in the Internet” – We shall reply proudly.
Now when you notice moving glowing dots in animations by Max Hattler, you know that there are abstracts cats. Look here:
And We kindly promise to turn again into very contcrete Cat ASAP.
Thus speaks Zarathustra the Cat.