Guy Designs Indoor Fake Tree For A Cat, The Master Is Purrfectly Happy

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Robert Rogalski, a 44-year-old artist from Rochester, New York, gained quite a following since his work has been shared all over the media.

Art entrepreneur Rob Rogalski creates artificial worlds for his clients. His sculptures and puppets are breathtakingly real in a surrounding of imaginative and whimsical world.

From an early age Rogalski was diagnosed as dyslexic, he was fascinated by stories of Peter Pan, the land of OZ and worked hard to overcome his struggles with reading.

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Where he grew up, his vivid imagination turned the rural land around his family home into a magical world. The one of the best things his family did was to encourage him to develop his artistic talents, now we get to see his magical work of art.

Cat lover would love to give their furbabies an adventurous environment to play in. His tree sculpture has been sculptured exclusively for cats.

Photo credit: Rob Rogalski

Since introducing his impressive creation to the world on September 28th, Rogalski was extremely overwhelmed with all the love and messages he received, not to mention the potential clients.

Photo credit: Rob Rogalski
Photo credit: Rob Rogalski
Photo credit: Rob Rogalski

You can commission Rogalski to build a tree on-site, which could take 3 to 4 weeks to complete. Each one is custom made. The price range starts at approximately $4,000, which doesn’t include the cost of materials. The total amount is unpredictable as every job is unique would vary according to size, location, and accommodation, etc.

Photo credit: Rob Rogalski
Photo credit: Rob Rogalski

When asked how he makes the tree sculptures:
For permanent installations, he would start with a wooden armature to give structure, then he attaché. He would then carves sheets or blocks from foam which is covered with paper mache or pulp/particle mache clay. Then mixed with heavy wood glue. Sometimes even fiberglass.

Photo credit: Rob Rogalski
Photo credit: Rob Rogalski

For something temporary, he will build the tree out of cardboard and paper mache, or he will use a mixture of both.

Photo credit: Rob Rogalski

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