Sure, it’s technically for kids, but I wouldn’t hesitate to put this little bone-china terrier lamp in my office (or even next to my bed — why not?). And hey, while I’m at it, I might just snag the matching throw pillow, too!
We’re winding down the year here at Dog Milk and taking some time to look back at the awesome posts, products, pets, and people we’ve had a chance to feature in 2012. Over the next two weeks, we’ll be sharing the top posts from our main categories before we unveil the best of the best: the ten most popular posts of 2012!
Architecture, dog-themed decor, art — here are the 5 most popular posts for people!
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Dog House — Apparently this architectural genius designed a home for dogs. Pawesome!
Oh, I am all about dog-shaped lamps, y’all! All about ‘em. This simple wire and cone (of shame) version from Barcelona-based design studio Lagranja Design is my newest obsession. Sadly, its limited edition-ness means it’s all sold out, but we can still admire from afar, yes?
Sooo…. this showed up in my inbox last week. Obviously, I wouldn’t dare deprive you of such subversive artistry. Plus, c’mon, it’s pretty dang funny, right?
Melissa Rivera is a young industrial designer living and working in Hawaii under the name Unleash Studio. She is also a dog lover and has created a series of adorable pup-inspired designs. The descriptions below are from the designer.
Yes, another dog-shaped lamp. They never get old.
This one is from Studio OOGA, designed by Elad Ozer and named Zaki.
I am cracking up this morning over the product photos for Chaiyut Plypetch’s Dog Lamp, available at Generate Design. To turn the light on or off, you just “pet” its head. Clever.