In 2016, Abbas Husain started Bagman Studios, where he began selling his handmade screen prints. He learned that a funny thing happens when you start sharing art you enjoy making, and people connect with it in ways you never imagined. While not a serious person, Husain spent many years making serious art. It wasn’t until he let that go that he found his light-hearted pieces to be more authentic and received with unexpected meaning. While Husain would like to think he’s in charge of Bagman Studios and his own life, it is quite apparent that Cleo, his 15-year-old cat, runs the show. Husain and his partner adopted Cleo in 2018 with a broken tail. The veterinarian suspects it’s the result of a fall … when she fell from Heaven, of course.

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