A finished Dooley Cat perches proudly on the artist's workspace.

Custom made "Dooley cats" by popular street artist Catlanta will be hidden on the Emory and Oxford campuses March 23-28. A finished Dooley Cat perches proudly on the artist's workspace. 

Rory Hawkins, the artist behind Catlanta, holds the print screen of the Dooley cats in his East Atlanta house.

Rory Hawkins, the artist behind Catlanta, holds the print screen of the Dooley cats in his East Atlanta house.

The #DooleyCat designs are transferred to a print screen, which Catlanta paints onto wood.

The #DooleyCat designs are transferred to a print screen, which Catlanta paints onto wood. 

Catlanta paints #DooleyCats onto pre-painted wood before cutting.

Catlanta screenprints #DooleyCats onto pre-painted wood before cutting. 

Catlanta cuts the #DooleyCat in his East Atlanta laundry room.

Catlanta cuts the #DooleyCat in his East Atlanta laundry room.

One of Catlanta's Dooley Cat designs sits on a cinder block he uses during production.

One of Catlanta's Dooley Cat designs sits on a cinder block he uses during production.

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Slideshow: Catlanta creates art for Dooley's Week

March 24, 2015