Kitty No.3 greeting card on sale in the UK 

I was excited to open this parcel from the publisher in the UK a while ago. In this collaboration, I licensed Kitty No.3 of The Furry Thing series to Urban Graphic, a design-led publisher of award winning greeting card, stationery and giftware. They supply many of the best retail shops and galleries in the UK such as Paperchase, The Tate Modern, The Design Museum, The V&A, John Lewis and many others. Thanks so much for making this happen. Now it’s available online, you can purchase from their web store: http://www.urbangraphic.co.uk/shop/range/toasted/   

Kitty J

Last month, Roy from The Netherlands asked me if I can create a drawing based on The Furry Thing for his upcoming baby, so this was what I created, a Kitty ‘J’ for the little baby, his name is Jules! He printed it on a special card and sent me a copy. It’s a very nicely designed card, it says “Great adventure begins small” in front and there are more phrases in Dutch at the back. Sorry that my Dutch is not good I need some help on that later. What also surprised me were the stamps, thanks Roy for designing it with Kitty No.2, love it so much. Congratulations to Roy and family, I wish baby Jules a great and wonderful life.
  

Bo reproduction canvas art print for pre-order

Hi Bo lovers, For those who asked us about Bo paintings and interested in having one, we have Bo Canvas Art Print for Pre-order now. Please find out the specifications and details of this print stated below. You can also find out the photos of original paintings here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.640330719383122.1073741853.106941089388757&type=3

For pre-order and enquiry, you can message us on http://www.facebook.com/boandfriends or email to hello.boandfriends@gmail.com

   
    
   

Red Cap Bo with blue pebbles

After the sketches done, I have tried out a small piece of painting here, 12×12 inches with acrylic and ball pen on canvas. It was really nice to mix two mediums, and the teeny tiny lines can only be drawn by using ball pen create more precise spaces for colouring the goldfish scales and textures of the pebbles.