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Interactive mural by Jessica Langley '05 represents the ener...
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CIA Freshman Mail Art at MOCA
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69th Annual Student Independent Exhibition
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CIA Campus Connection: Presidents' Day
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Blog . Paint For Cats is Completely Adorable
This is a twofold post. One: there exists in this world, an app for cats to paint with. We at the DCI have gone over pet toys for the iPad previously, but none of those cat and mouse games made awesome paintings. The app is called Paint For Cats, and its results look like this: And the act of making them looks like this: Squee! I know. Cats love painting almost as much as they love lying on windowsills. The second part of this post is that the Los Angeles SPCA is now selling their cats paintings to raise money for the shelter. The paintings, titled† such catlike puns as "Study in Feather Toys" and "Movement in Catnip", are sold as a postcard set for $5.99. This entire situation was documented on a recent episode of the Animal Planet show: Must Love Cats. Don't believe me? Here's video evidence. Paint for Cats is available on the App Store for $1.99 Postcards painted by cats are available from the Los Angeles SPCA. Give a gift that saves a life.