Samuel Price is a dog collage portrait artist from San Francisco, CA who uses recycled magazines to create pet portraits. How, you ask?
Is your dog faster than a speeding bullet? Chris Piascik and Unlikely Words have partnered to draw your pets as superheroes. You can request a drawing here.
I have always thought of my dogs as the evil villains, plotting their next move toward world domination.
In an ongoing effort to support independent artists from around the world, our sister site Design Milk partnered with Society6 to offer The Design Milk Dairy, a special collection of Society6 artists’ work curated by Design Milk and its readers.
One of the prints offered in the collection is this adorably cute drawing called I Like You by Gemma Correll. Love. You might remember her work from the lovable Pugs Not Drugs bag. I think these two dogs look a lot like Beans and Lulu — that is — if they were the same size.
Check out this Scottie dog origami created from sewing pattern paper from artist Elke Muche of OrigamiWorks.
Fuzzy Mug is a Baltimore-based graphic design studio that specializes in creating beautiful and modern portraits of your pet. A self-proclaimed “huge animal lover,” Fuzzy Mug’s creator often spends her time volunteering her design know-how to local animal shelters.
Dog Milk reader Robin recommended that I check out Marc Tetro after I posted about these 3D dog puzzles.