Feline sketch expert Steve Gadlin draws original portraits of cats to each client's wishes & ships them across the country after 5–7 days.
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About This Deal
Cat-loving artists frequently immortalize their beloved pets through photography, portraiture, and crime-fighting-themed dioramas. Pay tribute to feline companions with today's Groupon: for $5, you get a custom hand-drawn cat picture from Blewt! Productions.
Steve Gadlin, authority on the feline form and owner of Blewt! Productions, hand-draws cats according to artistic scenes taking place in the mind's eye of the customer. Describe the cat-centered episode you would like to see manifested in the form of black-and-white stick figures, and Gadlin gladly filters that vision through his artistic hands to create a custom kitty-motivated masterpiece. Some of the artist's latest works from a portfolio of more than 1,100 tabbies includes a picture of a cat tending a garden, a depiction of a cat wearing striped pants, and an illustration of a cat sporting a beard. Each personalized masterwork of feline fancy 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. I Want to Draw a Cat for You generally ships completed pieces five–seven days after orders are submitted.
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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.