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These Abstract Installations by Jesse Olwen are of Bejewelled Cats

 - May 29, 2014
References: jesseolwen & designtaxi
If you are into kittens, jewels and street art, you should check out the work of Jesse Olwens. Based out of New Zealand, the artist creates abstract installations in unexpected places that you cannot miss. The eye catching pieces can be found under bridges, on basketball backboards, in telephone booths and amongst rubble to name a few.

The prominent paintings are usually of kittens or bejewelled patterns, making them stand out significantly from their surroundings. The Jesse Olwens artwork is also clearly inspired by graffiti, but a more blinged-out, rhine stone-starring version.

He also photographs his paintings to upload on his website. His most recent work involves sculptures and has moved away from the abstract street art style.