kathyphantastic

Meowdy Notepad 4x6 by kathyphantastic

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This Meowdy Cowboy Cat notepad design was created from a hand-painted watercolor illustration by Kathy Phan from kathyphantastic.

50 lined pages
Size: 4” x 6” 

Designed in Austin, Texas. Printed in USA.

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About kathyphantastic: Kathy Phan, known as kathyphantastic, welcomes you to explore her work. With a background in creative direction, marketing, and visual merchandising, Kathy has immersed herself in a creative life. Her collection includes Texas stickers and magnets, celebrating Texan pride, as well as Asian food stickers representing popular dishes and condiments. These creations not only resonate with food enthusiasts but also serve as symbols for an underrepresented community in the arts. Through her art, Kathy delves into the exploration of identity, using her creativity as a means of self-expression.

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