Friday, June 4, 2010

We Love and Miss the Cats

Ever since the wrongful arrest of Midzt, I have not seen any newly painted cats.

The cats brightened the days of many Los Angeles commuters as they fought traffic on our congested freeways. Thankfully, The Studio for Southern California History sent in these great pictures that most of us have not seen. We may not see new cats on the streets, but thanks to those that have captured the images, they will live forever.
Cats on the Los Angeles 101 Freeway
Cats on the Los Angeles 101 Freeway

Cats on the Los Angeles 110 Freeway
Cats on the Los Angeles 110 Freeway

Cats on the Los Angeles 110 Freeway
Cats on the Los Angeles 110 Freeway

Cats at the Evergreen Cemetery
Cats at the Evergreen Cemetery

The following pictures are from Manual Arts High School. See more pictures from this painting session on Eye One's blog.
Cats at the Manual Arts High School in Los Angeles
Cats at the Manual Arts High School in Los Angeles

Cats at the Manual Arts High School in Los Angeles
Cats at the Manual Arts High School in Los Angeles

Cats at the Manual Arts High School in Los Angeles
Cats at the Manual Arts High School in Los Angeles


Cats at the Manual Arts High School in Los Angeles
Cats at the Manual Arts High School in Los Angeles

Related:
The Cat Family
Cats - The Last Ones?
LA Misses Graffiti Cats
There are Cats Everywhere
The Cats Strike Back


4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sweet cat pics...love the fat black one inside
Manual Arts...Cool that the Studio passed these
along...

Cats Rule!!
Free Midzt!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

The first one is my favorite. I wonder if it's still up?

Graffilthy said...

I always like the utilization of things other than walls (steps) :)

Anonymous said...

F R E E ..M I D Z T..

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