Two years ago, we introduced you to Gerald, the mascot and 3D paper dog behind contemporary furniture studio Lazerian. Since then, he’s become a pseudo-muse to more than 100 of the world’s most influential artists, illustrators, and designers in what is known as The Gerald Project.
I LOVE THESE. If you’re looking for a fun and unique gift idea for yourself (hey, why not?) or your dog-obsessed friend, consider one of these felt doggies from Eleni Creative! Each fuzzy pup is hand-stitched, hand-stuffed, and designed to look just like your beloved Fido. You can even have multiples made into a hanging mobile! Aaaaamazing.
These sculptures by Japanese artist Haroshi took my breath away when I spotted them recently on Design Milk. They’re made from recycled skateboard decks… can you even?? Wow. See more and learn about his process right here.
Holy smokes*, these dog sculptures are incredible! UK-based artist Helen Thompson aka Holy Smoke creates these expressive canines from wire, natural linen, and vintage textiles.
Woofy by San Francisco-based designer Tina Frey is a handmade resin sculpture. The pinky-colored ones are kinda cool because they look fleshy.
Gerald the dog is Lazerian’s mascot, and for Designersblock in Milan during Salone this week, Lazerian has created some very special multi-colored Geralds. Check out more photos on their Facebook page.