Cats are creepy sometimes, especially when they give fierce and prolonged glares at something. It even gets freakier when the object they have their focus on is not visible to our naked eye.
Using that as an inspiration, Steve Bishop was able to design a sculpture/light in the shape of a cat. The cat figure was created using air-dry clay. As it appears, the two cat figures are set up staring at one another. Each cat’s gaze is permanently locked on the other cat, and the effect is amplified by having light as means of attaching the two of them towards each other.
The sculpture is called "Staring at Cat Staring at Cat Staring." Wordy, but appropriate.
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