I See What I Saw


This picture plays upon the notion of what it means to have an imaginary friend as a child. On one side of the seesaw sits an ordinary young girl clad in a pink dress and stockings but opposite her is a sketched, and ostensibly fictitious figure of a giant yellow cat. Given the absurd and unrealistic nature of this animal, common sense would usually dictate that it is a figment of the girl’s youthful mind.


  • Artist: Eelus
  • Year: 2012
  • Medium: Screen Print on Somerset Satin White Paper (Signed.)
  • Size: 55cm x 65cm
  • Edition: Edition of 150
  • Price: POA


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