Little Low is one of my favorite handmade paper goods shops, so I was charmed to find out the shop was actually named for a Golden retriever. A frisbee-toting Golden joins 25 other hand-drawn breeds on Little Low’s Man’s Best Friend alphabet poster, which features one adorable dog breed for each letter of the alphabet. It’s the perfect gift for your favorite little dog lover. Check it out at Little Low.
The folks at Pop Chart Lab, a Brooklyn-based company whose goal is to “render all of human experience into chart form”, is bringing their unique infographic style to the world of dogs with their newest poster: The Diagram of Dogs. Each 24×18″ print is signed and numbered and features nearly every standard pure-breed, with 181 hand-illustrated breeds in all. Check it out!
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Hey, remember when we posted about these awesome typographic dog breed posters from Petswag? Well, we’re super stoked to announce that we’re giving some away! But that’s not all: one lucky winner will also receive a gift certificate to Petswag as well as a swag bag full of doggie goodness. There are three prizes in all; read on for more prize info and instructions on how to enter!
The cool kids at Petswag just launched a new collection of super rad silk-screened dog breed posters, with more breeds on the way. Dogs and typography, y’all! What’s not to love? Check ‘em out and see if your fave breed is in the mix!
Twenty years ago, New Jersey-based artist Tara Metzler rescued a pit bull named Novia from an abusive situation. Since then, she has dedicated her time and talents to animal welfare organizations and rescue groups, most recently launching a collection of PSA-style posters to bring awareness and advocate for this wonderful (and misunderstood) breed.
This tongue-in-cheek anatomy poster from Labradors Worldwide made its way into my inbox recently and I couldn’t wait to share it! I think all dog parents, regardless of breed or mix, will appreciate this. My faves?
Ears: Soft, extremely kissable and sensitive enough to hear a packet of treats being opened in the next town.
And Nose: The Lab nose is the most powerful ‘instrument’ on earth. It’s thought that Labradors could smell sausages 30 years before sausages were even invented.
Grab yours right here.
Morgan, a black Lab and loyal companion to Leslie Evans of Sea Dog Press, is the inspiration behind this charming dog-shaped alphabet poster. My favorite character of the bunch? “X”, which we refer to here as “frog legs”.