Mega-Cat is a spoof horror movie poster about a giant mutant cat that terrorizes a city. Really, they just took a cat and let it play with some miniature buildings and little plastic people. It’s probably a good thing that this “movie” is entirely fictitious.
Some people have told me that the fine print is the best part. It reads: “California Proposition 65 warning: This film is so bad it may cause cancer in laboratory animals. How many giant insert-your-favorite-animal-here movies do we need, anyway? Based on the novel, ‘The Cat that Ate my Kid’s School Project Model of New York’ by Knaim Wethelde.”
This is a digital illustration done in Photoshop.
Each Mega-Cat print is hand signed and hand numbered out of a run of 50. Once they are sold out, no more will be run.
The print comes mounted in a 16″ x 20″ archival mat with backing board. All of my prints are matted to standard frame sizes for ease of framing.
I cut my own mats. The mat colors may vary depending on what I have in stock but I always pick something that compliments the artwork. If you place an order and would like a specific mat color, send me a note and I will try to accommodate you. For Mega-Cat I usually use a double mat, often with a red or gold inner border color and a dark blue outer color. Sometimes I use the same color for both the inner and outer mats. This creates a different but equally appealing look. The print itself is about 11″ x 14″, which leaves an approximate 2.5″ border on the sides and 3″ on the top and bottom.
Prints are protected by a clear plastic archival bag that guards against moisture and minor scratches. I recommend leaving the print inside the bag until it is transferred to a frame.
Note: The URL and copyright watermark are not part of the image.