Henri, Le Chat Noir
Jon Patch chats with William Braden, author of the Henri, le Chat Noir. This gift book is a collection of photos and quotes from Henri, the existential cat whose ennui has captivated people all over the world. Through his series of short films and interactions with an enthusiastic online community, Henri's contemplation and disillusion with the world has struck a chord with millions of fans. Now, finally, we have a collection of Henri's musings in his own words featuring never-before-seen photos and quotes. This book is a window into the tortured soul of the world's first feline philosopher.
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William Braden was born yesterday in Seattle, WA. When other children were fantasizing about being fireman, doctors or baseball players, his only dream was to one day grow up and make a living pretending to be a depressed French cat on the internet. Proving that dreams can come true if they are specific and ridiculous enough, millions of people around the globe have been captivated by the ennui and philosophical musings of his creation, the ennui-filled philosophical cat, "Henri, le Chat Noir". Now, in addition to Henri's videos and online presence, his musings are finally available in book form. Aside from filmmaking and writing, Will is a damn good bowler, he always has a pen in his pocket (and will let you borrow it), and he is usually nice to his sister.