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July 26, 2016 AT 3:00 pm

Cat Rabbit’s Kept in Mind is Full of Nostalgic Felt Sculptures #ArtTuesday

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We love the aesthetic of these pieces by Cat Rabbit! From The Creators Project:

For her upcoming solo show Kept in Mind, Melbourne-based textiles artist Cat Rabbit is creating soft felt sculptures of kitsch childhood objects like boiled eggs, backpacks and Baby-Sitters Club books.

“Lately I have also been obsessed with making felt foods and small details, things that might be otherwise overlooked,” she tells The Creators Project. “There is a strong sense of nostalgia that runs through everything I make, bringing back ideas of childhood and comfort.”

Read more, see more from Cat Rabbit here and here, and check out Kept in Mind at Tinning Street Gallery


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