The Art of Being Neko

Allow me to present the art of being neko, as interpreted by a diverse range of artists from all around the world. To learn more about each one, simply click on their name…

Melissa Haslam

Melissa Haslam, Cat Girl
Melissa Haslam, Ginger Cat

Dilka the Bear


new moon
little thief
Clementine

Yasemin Sabuncu

Love on my Lips
Bleeding Heart

Juri Ueda Website / also on Flickr

Street Art by Deb / also on Flickr

Enmore

64 Colors: Eric and Laura

Seher One / also on Flickr

Caia Koopman

Bridget E. Wilde / Bewilde

T - School for Wayward Catgirls

Yumiko Kayukawa

Nicoletta Ceccoli


Kathie Olivas


"Aubrie" (The Scavengers Series 1: Kathie Olivas x MINDstyle)

No Para Innita

astroenteritis : gatástrofe

Yosuke Ueno

Anita Mejia

Meow

Lola

Arwassa Deseño

Marie-Anna

arwassa-diseño-personaje-3

Natalie Shau

http://www.flickr.com/photos/kristalyneth/5492805195/in/photostream/

Nate Frizzell

Jutta Maria Pusl

Frank Frazetta (Cat Girl I – 1967; Cat Girl II – 1990)

Sarah Miskelly – Delme’s Go Lucky Neko sculpt

Jeremiah Ketner

Sayonara

Sheena Aw

CaramelPOPS - Cheshire Kitty Ver 2.0 & pet Blues

Beth Robinson – Catgirl Dolls

Audrey Kawasaki – Catgirl Doll

Carol Roque – Catgirl Dolls

Elizabeth Howard – Catgirl Dolls

Alongkorn Sanguansook

bikini fever 2010
Biscuit Girl Fanart

Sayori Mangaka (aka Neko Works) – Anime-Style Catgirls

Zephos Amaranis – Anime Style Catgirls

Merry AFTER Christmas!

Millo Neurotica – Anime Style Catgirls

Catgirl

Jerrod Maruyama – Tribute to Batman’s Catgirl

Kawaii Catwoman

Miss Van – Catgirl mask

All of the images represented above are the copyright of each individual artist, as per the links embedded in their names; please visit their respective websites for more images and information.

Brought to you by Stacia Villota / The Virtual Neko

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8 Responses to “The Art of Being Neko”

  1. […] Allow me to present a new facet of all things neko and catgirl (for those of you who thought we nekos were merely a strange anomaly of Second Life): the art of being neko, as interpreted by very talented artists from around the (very real) world. I’ve discovered an incredible collection… all on my Virtual Neko blog > […]

  2. woa I like it a lot especially the one from Eric and Laura, great illustrations!

  3. A wonderful collection! Such variety – and strangely fitting to see them all gathered together in one place.

    K.

  4. […] Interpretive Art featuring Nekos […]

  5. […] Interpretive Art featuring Nekos […]

  6. Wow. Stunning. Awesome.

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