November 25th, 2009
Happy Holidays! We’re offering 10% off of all Cooper’s prints (both framed and unframed) from now until the end of the holiday season! A Cooper original makes a great gift for the cat-lover in your life. Or you could put it on your own wish-list for Christmas!
You can select from any of Cooper’s photos in the Gallery Store. Each photo comes complete with Cooper’s “paw-tograph” signature on the back. Cooper prints sold between now and Christmas will include a picture of Cooper with the photo you purchase! For special orders or to arrange pick-up in the Seattle area to waive shipping charges, contact us here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cooper admires his friend in “New Haircut.”
When it comes to photography, Cooper is on top of his game!
“Rendezvous” is one of Cooper’s all-time favorites.
Just think of all the fun things you could do with a Cooper original print! There’s the obvious, you could frame it yourself with a fun matte. Or gift one of our gallery-framed photos to your favorite cat lover (maybe this is you).
Cooper is currently digging through the wrapping paper bin searching for the perfect bow.
November 19th, 2009
For the first year that Cooper was shooting photos we didn’t see a single shot of another animal! We were so worried that he had no friends. Maybe we’d raised such a charming people-loving feline that all other cats wanted nothing to do with him. After his appearance on Animal Planet in December, word must have gotten ’round to the neighborhood cats, because now Cooper has loads of friends! Okay, he only has three that we know of, but they sure look nice.
Recently, Cooper came home with a series of photos of a new slinky black cat. The photo is so cool, that it went straight to Cooper’s Chicago Exhibit! For those of you in the Chicago area it’s a really compelling photo – quite incredible to see at 16″x20″, be sure to stop by and check it out.
“Rendezvous” This is the first photo Cooper took of another cat. Gorgeous shot, Coop!
“Meow!” Cooper took this photo immediately after “Rendevous,” above. Looks like Cooper and this other cat were interested in a closer look.
“New Haircut” This is one of our all time favorites. The look on her face certainly says she’d rather Cooper not take her photo today!
“Back Alley Bandit” This shady character apparently didn’t want to be identified in the newspapers.
“Fire Marshall” We’re not sure who this neighbor cat is, but he seems to guard the fire hydrant with authority.
Cooper is currently curled up like a pillbug on a pile of pillows in the living room. Sleeping off too much catnip carrot.