What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Repost: The Fancy Hamster



2/20/19: Today, we’re exploring the world of muskrat hamster love with the darling watercolor paintings by Japanese artist Gotte. The young artist’s muse is his pet, Sukeroku, and his art imagines what the little creature does with her day. It’s not uncommon in Japanese art and pop culture to anthropomorphize pets, so this art doesn’t come as a big surprise. What did surprise me, though is how charming I found Gotte’s illustrations. He really is very talented!

I think Sukeroku and Gotte deserve their own children’s book. I’d certainly buy it for the kids in my life!

You can follow the adventures of Sukeroku on Gotte’s website, and on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

All images property of Gotte.

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

8 thoughts on “Repost: The Fancy Hamster

  1. You had go at least smile if you looked at this today. Super CUTE – I was right, the average life span of a hamster is 24 to 36 months. Guess that is why I stopped having one as a pet. I get attached and I wake up one morningy and my cute, friendly hamster is dead. YUCK — Hal

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  2. Oh how cute and talented . My Grand girls have recently gotten two mini hamsters that are so little they will easily get lost in the household with 8 children. But they are just too cute.

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  3. What a sense of humor! so fun 🙂

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