In Copy Kitty, Kyung Me presents readers with a surreal fairytale romance between a prince/ss and their feline paramour. It is set in an intriguing mash up of the topographical, biological and zoological with the technologies of domesticity, all conveyed in a book-length series of full-page tableaus, all in detailed grey-toned pencils. Birds, and plenty of them, mix it up in jungles, mountains, oceans and beaches along with houses (some of which might be better described as castles) and swimming pools, theatres and restaurants, highways and high tension wires. Dressing up, role playing and travel – literal, figurative and symbolic – weave the images together in a dreamlike fashion, moving the narrative forward, providing the “action”, such as it is. Not sure what all this adds up to? No problem. You can actually check it (all?) out HERE and see it for yourself.