‘Vacuum Cleaner Clipart’ sells for £40,000 in Britain
A clipart that was created by a London artist, Philips vacuum cleaning machine, has sold for £41,000, with the proceeds going to the charity Cat Vomiting Awareness.
The painting, titled “Vacuum Cleaner”, is titled after a cat that is seen in the opening credits.
It was created with a palette of coloured dots, and was created for a fundraiser for Cat VOMITATION UK.
Philips has a number of campaigns, including an award-winning line of cat-sized vacuum cleaners, designed for pet owners and kittens, and one of its models is a vacuum cleaner.
It is a £150,000 machine with a removable filter, and a removable lid that you can remove if you are unable to reach the filter.
It has a 5-year warranty.
It comes with a sticker saying “You’ve paid for a quality product”.
The artist said that the money raised from the sale was donated to Cat Vombitation UK, which helps provide a range of low-cost cat and kitten care services across the UK.
“We have a cat population that is very limited, and we know how hard it can be to provide quality care for them, so it was a perfect time to make this piece of art,” said the artist.
He said the money would be donated to the Cat Vompitation charity.
The cat’s name was given as “Catsy”, a reference to the classic 1980s TV series “The Cat in the Hat”.
It was also inspired by the artist’s cat, Kitten.
“It’s funny, it was actually quite a long process of trying to find the right name,” he said.
“After doing some research on ‘cat names’ and how cats would react to different words, I thought that Kitten would be a perfect name for it.
I’ve also got the tagline ‘You’ve heard the story, now you’ve got to make a name for yourself’ on it.”
It also features the artist painting a black cat on a white background with a white cat in the middle, with a black line running down the middle of the cat, and the words “Kitten” and “Cat” printed across the top.
“The idea behind the painting was to draw attention to the fact that the cat lives in the same household as the owner,” he explained.
The original painting will be displayed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, as part of the Art Gallery of New York’s New York City Collection.” “
I also wanted to give the cat a name that is familiar and recognisable, so I had to make it rhyme with ‘Voo’, which I’m really fond of.”
The original painting will be displayed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, as part of the Art Gallery of New York’s New York City Collection.
“To have a work of art made by someone who has a very specific and very specific style that has been made to sell in an auction and then donated to an organisation like CatVompitations is something that I’m very proud of.””
With my artwork, I wanted to do something different to what other artists were doing,” he added.
“To have a work of art made by someone who has a very specific and very specific style that has been made to sell in an auction and then donated to an organisation like CatVompitations is something that I’m very proud of.”