Eichhorn can spend up to eight-hours a day painstakingly cutting paper components with his x-acto knife. It can take anywhere from a few days to several months to collect enough material for one composition.
The cat collages began as a joke in 2009, Eichhorn said, a project he worked on in-between more serious work. The collection, made from photographs from cat books - both new and vintage - combined with images of houseplants, is featured on Eichhorn's Tumblr Plants and Animals.
Seen here, Red Eyes, collage on paper, 2010
Cat Cactus (2012 No More Meow Meow pt. 1), collage, 2012
Orchid Stack IV, collage on acrylic coated panel, 2011
Mystic, collage, 2011
Cactus Cluster IV, collage on paper, 2011
VineCatVineCat, collage, 2011
Green, collage on paper, 2011
Horns, collage, 2011
Black Magic, collage on paper, 2011
Succulent Cluster (Blue), collage on acrylic coated panel, 2012
Floral Wreath, collage, 2010
Grass Drape, collage on acrylic coated panel, 2011
Three, collage, 2010
Holy Mountain, on acrylic coated panel, 2012