What You'll Get
For $3, today’s side deal gets you a hand-drawn cat, illustrated in accordance with your own personal direction, from I Want to Draw a Cat for You (a $10 value). As IWTDACFY’s owner, operator, and illustrator, Steve Gadlin has been crafting crayoned kittens and markered up meow-makers for approximately seven months, and he presumably drew stuff before then, too. By clawing curiously at today’s side deal, customers will transform into Steve’s newest temporary art director, and then undergo the joys of brainstorming, typing out their instructions, and, after about 5–7 business days, laying their eyes upon the final mind-melting results. Steve has drawn cats doing anything from meowing to riding on a pirate ship with a pig while dreaming about cake, and he remains eager to explore new ways to complement the feline form.
Use today’s Groupon as a chance to craft handmade giftature for a local or distant friend, or take the selfish route by fulfilling the kookiest cat dreams imaginable. For those seeking inspirational stimulation, Steve has taken the time to post a majority of his portfolio on his Facebook page.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 3, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only in the continental US. No explicit requests. Shipping included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About I Want To Draw A Cat For You
"There is an economy for stupid, and I am overflowing with it." That's what Steve Gadlin told the sharks on ABC's Shark Tank when he presented his unique business model, I Want to Draw a Cat for You. Backed by business entrepreneur Mark Cuban, Steve has attracted a lot of press by using his feline form authority and hand-drawing cats according to artistic scenes taking place in the mind's eye of the customer. Some of the artist's latest works include cats eating tacos, gazing at stars, and eagerly awaiting tax day. Each personalized masterwork comes numbered and signed by the artist and includes a guarantee that the illustrated scene will occur in real life in less than 13 days of the picture's completion.