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!
Helen, you had me at A for Airedale! (And B for Bulldog… oh, and C for Corgi — you get the idea.) All this to say, that this limited edition dog alphabet screen print is pawsitively furbulous! (Did you see what I did there? I’m a laugh a minute!)
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”.
I got a kick out of this list of graphic design-y dog names from CMYBacon (an awesome blog, P.S.)! “WYSIWYG” might be my favorite, mostly because it would amuse me to no end watching people try to pronounce it. Can you think of any other design-oriented dog names that should be included?
Even though they can’t read, and may or may not appreciate good design, something tells me even dogs are powerless against the sheer brilliance and beauty of Helvetica, that most glorious of typefaces. You can show your love for all things sans serif (or maybe just make your kitchen feel more like an NYC subway station) with Helvetica treat tins, bowls, and food storage bins, new at Harry Barker.
Annie Karayiannis of eakdesign designed this adorable pup-themed print using words. Each print is 18″ x 24″ and she currently offers two colorways in her shop.
Some of these — like the Dachshund and the Dalmatian — seem spot on to me. Which ones do you think make a good pair?
Designed by Grafisches Büro.