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Lolcat: Teh Exhibishun @ The Framers Gallery

Zoe Craig
By Zoe Craig Last edited 47 months ago
Lolcat: Teh Exhibishun @ The Framers Gallery
Monorail Cat by Alex Piercy
Monorail Cat by Alex Piercy
Nyan Nyan Nyan Nyan by Matt Harvey
Nyan Nyan Nyan Nyan by Matt Harvey
William’s Internet Haikuette by Lisa Glass & John Owens
William’s Internet Haikuette by Lisa Glass & John Owens
Hypno Kitteh by Peter Hawkes
Hypno Kitteh by Peter Hawkes
It Suspects Nothing by Graham Dexter
It Suspects Nothing by Graham Dexter
Memes Scarf by Victoria Kochowski
Memes Scarf by Victoria Kochowski
Morphism III by Martin Parris
Morphism III by Martin Parris
You Bore Me by Jordan Hemsworth
You Bore Me by Jordan Hemsworth
Katnuo Ninja by James McKenzie-Blyth
Katnuo Ninja by James McKenzie-Blyth
Jeezuz Cat by Delme Rosser
Jeezuz Cat by Delme Rosser
Meow In Style by James O'Connell
Meow In Style by James O'Connell

If you're a cat lover, there's a new, must-see art exhibition in town. Despite its name, the works featured in Lolcat: Teh Exhibishun aren't your typical crude interwebs meme fodder. (Perhaps disappointingly.)

Instead, a group of artists, graphic designers, illustrators, photographers, animators and writers have each put their individual slant on the Lolcat theme. Some of the examples are above. Half of all proceeds from the show, which features around 40 different artists go to Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.

We particularly like the Tube map one. Obvs.

Lolcat: Teh Exhibishun runs until 15 February at 36 Windmill Street, London, W1T 2JT. Admission is free. 50% of all proceeds go to Battersea Dogs & Cats Home. Visit lolcattehexhibishun.com to find out more.

Gratuitous video alert: here's Henri, because we love him.

Last Updated 25 January 2013