Curious Pets and Strange Owners


The ever talented Travis Louie will start showcasing his recent series Curious Pets for the Merry Karnowsky gallery in Los Angeles this weekend November 12th. The New York-based painter is famous for his fantastically freaky creatures. This series will feature a vintage look at the odd combination of strange owners and their even stranger pets. Which pet and owner duo do you like best? Before you decide, stop by the gallery from this Saturday until December 10th to see all of his impressive works.





Travis Louie’s website
via [Arrested Motion]



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