'Ramen Cats' Giclée Print

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 This is the newest print in our ever-growing Cats series. Just like its predecessor, 'Sushi Cats', this new design also maintains the lighthearted feel of a night on the town. The animals are out for an evening snack, stopping at this open stall for a quick bowl of comfort food. One wonders - what kind of broth do cats prefer? Pork? Fish? Chicken?  ... Mouse bone?  

This print is full of Japanese cat puns. The smaller cartouche reads:
ねこじたも (neko-jita) literally means 'cat tongue' in Japanese. It's an idiom that means "someone who can't eat hot food". The imagery of a cat timidly lapping with its tongue is a fun metaphor for a person who can't commit to a hot bowl of soup! Westerners are sometimes referred to as neko-jita, because they are often surprised by how hot the Japanese like their food. 
This print looks great in three standard 16 x 20 frames (US, Canada) or 40 x 50 cm (everywhere else).
Jed really likes this one for its simple design.

31.75 x 43 cm.

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