Tag Archive: present

Everything is Better With Mice: #40

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

Everything is Better With Mice: #39

Russian Grandma Mouse contemplates Monet’s Grainstacks in the winter. Can you find the second mouse?

Everything is Better With Mice: #36

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

Daily Mice: #12

With the exception of a thank you card and a ribbon, everything else in this comic is true

Everything Is Better With Mice: #35

The new addition to the spring of the starving artist series is a present to my friend Ellen, who has just defended her doctoral dissertation. I have appropriated a painting “Lady Playing the Veena” by… Continue reading

Everything is better with mice: #34

Spring of a starving artist continues with the micefication of Mary Cassatt’s 1878 painting “In the Loge” — a gift to my dear friend Annah, who has become such a regular presence on mice notes that… Continue reading

Everything is better with mice: #29

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

Everything is better with mice: #28

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.

Everything is better with mice: #25

The fall of a starving artist starts strong with “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of Grande Jatte” (1884) by Georges Seurat. It is not only an exercise in imagining what this painting… Continue reading

Everything is better with mice: #24

The summer of the starving artist is crowned with Jan van Eyck’s “The Arnolfini Portrait” (1434).