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Crimson Flame Hundred Cats by Horiren x Power of Artwork

Taiwanese tattoo artist Horiren blends two very completely different traditional Japanese characters right into a cute but fierce hybrid together with his Crimson Flame Hundred Cats resin artwork toy produced by Power of Artwork.

At first look the piece seems as a Godzilla-style head bust with a curious texture. A more in-depth look reveals that the Kaiju beast is definitely made up of a seemingly limitless pile of sleeping cats. The draw right here isn’t a lot the bizarre idea, however the execution.

Moderately than repeating one or a handful of cat poses, Horiren has out completed himself with completely different poses, some with bell collars, some with bows, some with out. The design has an natural really feel with the cats nestled snugly towards one another, some reaching throughout one other. The cat transformation is extraordinarily thorough, with a lazy, translucent orange cat doubling because the beast’s tongue. Crimson balls of yarn make a playful cameo as nicely. One may stare at this piece for minutes at a time and see one thing new with every look.

Did we point out the light-up function? sure, due to LED’s, the snuggly cat kaiju’s eyes, tongue and fins mild up.

The Crimson Flame Hundred Cats OG version resin artwork toy (8.86″ x 6.85″ x 7.87″) is accessible for preorder from Power of Arts retail associate GetUrToys for $138. Don’t snooze on this one because the preorder closes on Tuesday (3.22) —maybe barely earlier since Power of Artwork is predicated in Hong Kong.

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