What We’ve Found: Felines

Georgia Ponirakou

What we’ve found is that a feline is a promising photographic subject. While cats have taken over the internet, one might assume a collection of cat images isn’t anything new. What we’ve found is that brilliant cat photographs exist as works of art rather than just an over-shared meme that your great-aunt Karen just posted to Facebook. Our domestic proximity to these strange, beautiful creatures deserves attention, especially if we have a way to capture them in a visually and conceptually moving images. Every submission demonstrated the theme in a unique way. (We’re impressed at how many canine photos we received.) They inspired us, they moved us, and they helped us understand our four-legged friends in a new light. This is what we’ve found:

Inès Berra Viola

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Jon Sparks

Bjorn Houtman

Bjorn Houtman

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Graham Wiebe

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Isaac Sachs

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Alina Andrei

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Igor Gogolev

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Max Knight

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Katie Fenske

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Jeremiah Dine

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John Watts

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Dionisis Moschonas

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Virgil DiBiase

Seth Lower

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Isaac Sachs

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Amy Davis

Brett Davis

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Christina Kotsiras

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Andres Vargas

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Camille Leveque

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Myrto Steirou

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Manuel Nieberle

Congratulations to all of the artists who submitted. We loved viewing your work and hope you continue to submit. The next theme for What We’ve Found will be announced in a couple of days. Stay tuned.



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