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King-level peekaboo, find 5 and you win

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King-level peekaboo, find 5 and you win

It is well known that cats are made of liquid and can change their "form" at will. In jars, glass bowls, cardboard boxes, crisper boxes, cats can always come out in places that the shit shovel officer can't imagine. There are only places you can't think of, and there is no place where cats are unwilling to try challenges. There are even special scientists who have studied this magical physique of cats! The cat's whole body consists of about 290 bones. This unique physiological structure makes the cat's body very flexible. The unique attributes of cats have also inspired artists. Malaysian artist Lim Heng Swee has integrated cats into his works and created a series of hide and seek masterpieces~ Now join the editor to participate in this work. A game of hide-and-seek, find where the cats are hiding in the mountains and rivers~ You think that the top of the mountain is covered with white snow, but it is actually a group of sitting cats. The cat has become a floating cloud, which is very pleasant~ It turns out that the torch of the goddess of victory also hides the magical power from the cat. Lim Heng Swee, aka ilovedoodle, is a self-taught illustrator and graphic designer who has been working on minimalist animal paintings. Once, he discovered that the curves and shapes of the land are very similar to those of cats, so he integrated cats into his works and created a series of minimalist landscape paintings with images of cats on the Internet. Attracted countless likes and favorites. He now has nearly 300,000 followers on his blog and social media sites, for which he received the 2009 and 2011 Designer of the Year Awards from, America's leading t-shirt design community. His work has also been published in a range of media such as IdN (International Design Network), Reader's Digest, M le Weekend Magazine in the World (France), Barbara (France), Frankie (Australia), Miss Switzerland, Borepanda , My Modern Metropolis etc and have collaborated on many projects with brands like Uniqlo, Gap, Granip, Nike etc. 02Landscape where you can see cats As a cute and charming little creature, cats have become the creative inspiration of countless artists, and Lim Heng Swee is no exception. He drew inspiration from Japanese painters such as Hokusai, and used simple lines to outline mountains, waves, and skylines in his creations, and secretly hidden cats in them. The minimalist style, clean tones, or surreal dreams sense, left a lasting impression. In his writing, the kitten crawls on the tip of the snowy mountain, or rushes with the waves, turning into a rolling cat wave, or paving another road with its tail, as if inviting everyone to come and play "Find a Cat" The game of "Cat" can be described as a lot of fun. The cat blends flawlessly into the mountains, waves, and skyline, becoming part of a colorful landscape that looks like a true depiction of the otherworldly cat planet. 03 Light up life with graffiti Heng Swee Lim's mantra is "graffiti smile", because he believes that life should be full of fun and a sense of humor, he hopes that through his paintings, he can bring joy and happiness to people Everyday life brings more inspiration and inspiration. In addition to the cat as the protagonist, Heng Swee Lim also created many interesting graffiti paintings with different styles. A gorilla who draws a smiling face to the shadow, an ice cream who is earnestly making a cake, an elephant who takes a selfie, etc. These graffiti paintings use smooth and minimal brushstrokes and warm colors, which can not help but make people smile and feel happy. These graffiti paintings seem simple, and perhaps everyone can find a deep sense of belonging in these simple drawings. Some pictures in this article come from the Internet. If there is any infringement, please contact the author to delete it. Editor丨nn typesetting丨nn review丨mary

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