What if Louis Wain, a famous English artist known for his drawings of anthropomorphized large-eyed felines, painted Tyger Blake the Cat?
He would paint him smiling and curiously looking with his burning bright amber eyes right into the suffering soul of the artist.
At the end of his life, in the 1920-30ties, Louis Wain suffered from schizophrenia and traveled from one asylum to another, but he didn’t stop drawing cats.
While his mental illness progressed, his style became more abstract and ornamental.
Drawings created during this period became world-famous after the artist passed away in 1939.
A picture of a flower-eyed cat was amongst them:
This cat existed only in the imagination of the ill master.
But if he met Our disciple Tyger Blake the Cat and painted him, the kid kitty would cure the artist’s soul with his brightness and pawsitivity!
He would save Louis Wain from the all insanity of the real world, just like he is saving Our human now, in Our absence.
You cannot stand the madness of nowadays without a cat!
Thus speaks Zarathustra the Celestial Cat