Artist Imagines a World Where Humans Live Among Giant Cats

Andrey Scherbak is creative director of the Moscow advertising agency and in his spare time he loves to photoshop huge cats in his photos. Cats are waiting for Andrey everywhere: they climb out of numerous arches, jump and play in the background, do sports, lay and stand next to him, look out from under the stairs and from under the corners, and even go grocery shopping with him.

What if huge cats lived among us?

What if huge cats lived among us?

What if huge cats lived among us?

What if huge cats lived among us?

What if huge cats lived among us?

What if huge cats lived among us?

What if huge cats lived among us?

What if huge cats lived among us?

What if huge cats lived among us?

What if huge cats lived among us?

What if huge cats lived among us?

What if huge cats lived among us?

What if huge cats lived among us?

What if huge cats lived among us?

What if huge cats lived among us?

What if huge cats lived among us?

What if huge cats lived among us?

What if huge cats lived among us?

What if huge cats lived among us?

What if huge cats lived among us?

What if huge cats lived among us?

What if huge cats lived among us?

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72 thoughts on “Artist Imagines a World Where Humans Live Among Giant Cats”

  1. Haha, absolutely brilliant, but why doesn’t he interact with his giant friends, he is always looking away from the majestic furry giants. But maybe he is trying to ignore the living cats gods because he once got pooed on, Imagine the size of giant kitties’ poos? imagine if they landed on your head!!!

  2. I could not tell where the paintings started or ended in their display. HOW did he do this? Very clever.

  3. i thought the funniest was the one cleaning his butt by the bldg.. and then the two laying flat out.. those were the cutest.. i loved them all.. great artist!!

  4. It takes two dimensional thinking, love and promotion of wonderful cats, to hide scars and brighten depressing buildings. The artist has seen a way to bring smiles and interest to his surroundings. I love it! Would love to learn how to do this.

  5. This art is not only beautiful. But it tells us something how to be one with animals that are abuse. So many animals that are hurt for no reason or rhyme. Your are speaks volumes. It just blows me away, can’t wait to see more. Thank you for showing me what your world is about.

  6. Mostly little kittens, they are so vulnerable, they learn to survive and we have to protect and love them.

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