Cats And Pop Culture – The Lovely Earrings By Catmadecom – Design You Trust

Cats And Pop Culture – The Lovely Earrings By Catmadecom

When cats meet pop culture, an adorable collection of earrings created by the young Russian designer Rita, aka Catmadecom. From Pokemon to David Bowie through Adventure Time, Totoro or Sailor Moon, Rita transforms her cats into pretty creations.

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