Napkins drawn by Nina Levy for her sons. Daily for 10 years. Now that the kids eat in the school cafeteria: merely occasionally, not daily, but we are stuck with the name.
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Baymax and Grumpy Cat
Ansel had forgotten how much he liked "Big Hero 6."
He had not, however, forgotten the "Hairy Baby" scene. As it was included in the original trailer, and the more recent advertising for the DVD/iTunes release, there was really no way to forget it.
Mochi, the cat in the movie, is mostly agreeable and plump. After listening to many repetitions of "Hairy Baby"and marveling at the efficacy of sound-bite advertising on the 8-12 year old mind, I was perhaps feeling...grumpy.
And I am continually impressed at the internet meme and marketing marvel that is Grumpy Cat.
Additionally, yes, I am aware that Grumpy Cat is really a female feline, is actually named "Tardar Sauce," and as she suffers from feline dwarfism, is probably smaller than depicted here. These important facts and others were drawn to my attention by Grumpy Cat authorities in the past when I mistakenly referred to her as a "he."
Next up, Lil Bub with the Terminator?... or Trash Cat with Wall-e?..."Happy Cat" (The one who says, "Can I has cheeseburger?") with the Cybermen?
The possibilities are endless... or at least several.
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This is so neat - you are so talented. I have an appreciation for any mother who would do this for her child. I draw lunch notes for my 10 yr old daughter but on paper and I am not that talented. Would like to try napkins someday - what do you use to draw/color on what kind of napkins? Again, I am in awe of your work and your mothering.ReplyDelete