Category Archive: Everything is better with mice

Everything Is Better With Mice: #51

A stylized Ancient Greek red-figure wooden plaque for my friend’s birthday

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Everything Is Better With Mice: #50, Postcards

I micefied a couple of random postcards.

Everything Is Better With Mice: #49

Wow. Looks like I didn’t ruin any works of art for a year! Well, today I am at it again, and moreover, with the present for the same person who was the recipient of the last ruined artwork.

Everything Is Better With Mice: #48

Next in my row of ruined artworks is something especially dear to my heart: an illustration to Wagner’s Ring Cycle by Arthur Rackham.

Everything is Better With Mice: #47

The micefication of art continues with one of my favorite paintings by one of my favorite artists

Everything is Better With Mice: #46

While I was making an office sign for my friend yesterday, I remembered that my office sign needs updating: last semester I had “Vote” poster on my office door, but now it seems like Mouse the Riveter is much more relevant

Everything Is Better With Mice: #45

What happens when you decide to micefy David’s “Napoleon Crossing the Alps” (Belvedere version — there is a total of five) for a friend who thinks she is the reincarnation of Napoleon and discover that there is no way on earth you can draw a realistic looking horse even if your life depended on it?

Everything is Better With Mice: #44

Yet another Picasso is ruined with mice — to celebrate the birthday of a friend. “The Portrait of Gertrude Stein” is from Picasso’s “Rose Period” (1904-1906), which probably refers to the color of wilted roses, because I mosly used brown and black in this micefication.

Crushing Mice: Leonora, #23

CLAIMABLE One of the rare Mice Art originals dedicated to the start of the season at Lyric Opera of Chicago. Leonora and I are excited beyond measure about “Rheingold” which is playing tonight… Continue reading

Everything is Better With Mice: #43

I know I have done this micefication before, but I felt that this time it was very different both from the Brie one (here) and the pencil version of the Vote one (here).… Continue reading