The attack on the commission backlog continues with the micefication of Rubens’s “The Three Graces” (1635) for my dear friend and fellow writer Brooke (read about her work here). Mouse nudes are not… Continue reading
Meanwhile, the summer vacation is to end soon, and I haven’t done anything to sort out my commission backlog. So here is a long overdue micefication of Valentin Serov’s “Girl with peaches” (1887) —… Continue reading
Russian Grandma Mouse contemplates Monet’s Grainstacks in the winter. Can you find the second mouse?
Mouse Lisa has beem CLAIMED My friend Linda is running the half-marathon for Open Books organization tomorrow, and although I didn’t paint nearly as many mice artworks for her fundraising campaign as I… Continue reading
Mousematisse has been claimed! My friend Linda is doing it again (click here to see what she did last summer), but this year she is running a half-marathon in order to support awesome… Continue reading
Before the fall of a starving artist got suspended because life happened, I had amassed a huge number of commissions, since I was absolutely sure I would continue appropriating one work of art a… Continue reading
After a very successful summer of a starving artist (check it out!), I was somewhat bummed that the fall of the starving artist (here) was aborted right in the middle due to multiple… Continue reading
When I think about how different artists would react to my micefication of their works, for some reason, I always imagine Andy Warhol being totally fine with it (although it would be ironic… Continue reading
With a delay, but better late than you know, because everything is better with mice, here is Millais’s “Ophelia” (1852), painted as a present for a dear friend.