Brit Morin is the smart, witty, and lovely mastermind behind one of me new favorite lifestyle websites, HelloBrit. Her beautiful site “seeks to curate and create innovative new ways for busy, but inspired people to live more simply, beautifully and creatively. The goal is to show people how to add order to the chaos of their daily lives in a fun, easy and elegant way.” Brit is a tech lover that has called “the Martha Stewart of Silicon Valley,” and is a true inspiration for female entrepreneurs everywhere. Recently she’s made time in her busy schedule to bring a new love into her life, her 7-month-old puppy named Pixel. Enjoy The Scoop on Brit and Pixel.
I completely nuts over this hilarious Dog Eye Chart designed by Local Paper Studio. This charming black and white eye chart poster features all of your pups favorite things. This is too cute for any dog owner to pass up. And bonus, $1 from the sale of every poster will be donated to the Best Friends Animal Society.
Pop Doggie creates modern dog art prints and magnets that celebrates a large variety of dog breeds with a humorous approach. This adorable Etsy shop has a whopping thirteen pages of products, and I have to admit, I checked out almost every single one. I couldn’t stop laughing at Pop Doggie’s funny and clever breed captions.
Just when you thought dogs have everything these days, now they have DOGTV. DOGTV is the first television channel for dogs that is scientifically developed by a core group of highly acclaimed pet experts. Its 24/7 programming “helps to stimulate, entertain, relax and habituate dogs with shows that expose them to various movements, sounds, objects, experiences and behavior patterns, all from a dog’s point of view.”
DOGTV is getting ready for their nationwide launch. You can subscribe to their newsletter right here to be the first to find out when DOGTV will be available in your area. Until then, I highly recommend you watch some of their preview videos. I had a smile on my face the entire time. The one above – designed for stimulation – was particularly charming.
Frank Lloyd Wright is the architectural genius behind countless numbers of well known projects. But what isn’t well known is the fact that FLW once designed a dog house for a 12-year-old boy’s black Labrador named Eddie. The boy was the son of Richard Berger, a client of Wright’s. At the time FLW was designing the Richard Berger House of San Anselmo, CA. The boy wrote a personal letter to Wright asking if he would add on the dog house that he would personally fund from his bike route. Wright agreed and the “canis domus” above was built.
I spend quite a bit of time on Twitter talking about my dog. Yup! I’m one of those people. I can’t help it. I think every cute thing he does is newsworthy. And as a dog-loving Twitter fanatic, my little “Twitter critter” absolutely must have this tank.
Chicago based painter, printmaker, and entrepreneur Mollie Green is the creative mastermind behind the clever stationary brand La Familia Green. She describes her stationary aesthetic as “Mexican folk art meets Scandinavian designs meets wildlife preserve.” I love where Mollie draws her inspiration from! La Familia Green’s cards are full of laugh-out-loud charm and burst with personality. After coming across a collection of La Familia Green cards years ago, I just had to get to know the witty woman behind them. Beyond her sense of humor, I was delighted to find out that Mollie Green is also an advocate for making environmentally responsible choices, and an animal philanthropist who donates a percentage of all sales to support local no-kill animal shelters. Enjoy The Scoop on Mollie and Stickers!