A rather illustrious crew of artists takes to the walls of 101/exhibit gallery in Los Angeles later this month, all focused on one singular issue: cats. FAILE, Tracey Emin, Shepard Fairey, and Brandon Boyd (yes, late of the band Incubus) along with more than two dozen others, will display works all central to a feline theme. That’s one of the very pillars of the internet (pictures of cats) on the walls of a Los Angeles gallery, like the Internet is leaking directly into a City of Angels art space.

In this case, rather than the efforts of such a cat collection going to waste in the infinite cyclotron expanse of the internet, all the proceeds from the show go to the Stray Cat Alliance of Los Angeles. Stray cats need money.  And here’s your chance to give it to them. Because they need money. The stray cats. I don’t know for what.

No, cats are great, and this show will be up for only about a week, from January 25 to February 2. More than 100 works by 78 artists will be up for grabs.

Here’s the full list of artists participating:

lan Aldridge, Anita Kunz, Antony Micallef, Bovey Lee, Brandon Boyd, Britt Ehringer, Buff Monster, C215, Charlotte Dumas, Christian Furr, Clayton Brothers, Dana Veraldi, Daniel Maidman, Dean Russo, Diane Hoeptner, FAILE, Frank Stefanko, Gary Baseman, Guy Denning, Heather Mattoon, Ingrid Allen, Jamie Fales, Jason Shawn Alexander, Jay Batlle, Jenny Parks ,Jill Greenberg, Joann Biondi, Jonathan Gent, Jonathan Yeo, Joshua Petker, JOW, Justin Bower, Katherine Streeter, Kathleen Melian, Ken Solomon, Kevin E. Taylor, Kimberly Brooks, Larissa Bates, Langley Fox, Lisa Borgnes Giramonti, Liz Markus, Luke Chueh, Ly Quan, Marc Dennis, Marion Peck, Martin Eder, Mattia Biagi, Melinda Lerner, Mercedes Helnwein, Michael Wolf, Misako Inaoka, Natalia Fabia, Nicholas Chistiakov, Nicholas Bowers, Noel Fielding, Rachel Schlueter, Ramsey Dau, Ray Caesar, Rebecca Urias, Rob Reger, Robert Standish, Ryan Metke, Sage Vaughn, Scott Stulen, Shepard Fairey, Steve Schapiro, Tim Biskup, Tracey Emin. Vera Iliatova

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[via Time]