Here is a switch. A cat looking for a master. Mimi’s Dada Catifesto written and illustrated by Shelley Jackson is a fun romp in Dada style. The whole book has the free style of the Dada movement as it compliments the story in the early part of the 20th century. The book is more than an illustrated book for kids and adults, it’s truly a magnificent piece of art. A tribute to Dadaism art lovers.
Mimi is an artistic cat in need of a human. But for a cat like her–with the soul of an artist–only an artist will do. Mr. Dada is a human who believes that art can be anything, and that anything can be art. And for a human like him–with the soul of a Dadaist–only an artistic pet will do. Sometimes, though, it takes a while for humans to see what’s right in front of them all along. So it is a good thing that Mimi is loud and silly and surprising and bold. Mimi is a Dada cat, through and through.