The Ugly Glamour Cats by Gregory Jacobsen – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

The Ugly Glamour Cats by Gregory Jacobsen

Gregory Jacobsen is a Chicago-based artist who draws ugly, surreal cats. Of course, he draws not only them, but also ugly people, ugly everyday objects, and ugly natural phenomena-no matter how strange that may sound. In our opinion, however, he does it best when he draws cats with crazy faces.

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