Monday, September 1, 2014
artsandcrafts28:

The Artist in His Studio and His Man Gibbs
George Morland
circa 1802

artsandcrafts28:

The Artist in His Studio and His Man Gibbs

George Morland

circa 1802

marniethedog:

Relaxing at my beach house.  (at Coney Island)

marniethedog:

Relaxing at my beach house.
(at Coney Island)

Sunday, August 31, 2014
handsomedogs:



Schipperke / / Vaja

handsomedogs:

Schipperke / /

joana-rosa-braganca:

Wily Dogs
by Joana Rosa Bragança

joana-rosa-braganca:

Wily Dogs

by Joana Rosa Bragança

Saturday, August 30, 2014
handsomedogs:


Beautiful Fly / / Ina Kiwina

handsomedogs:

Beautiful Fly / / 

humansofnewyork:

“She gets me out of the house.”

humansofnewyork:

“She gets me out of the house.”

Friday, August 29, 2014
gentlewave:

Ito Shinsui (伊東 深水): Pet Dog (愛犬), 1934, ukiyo-e print (浮世絵), source: ukiyo-e.org/artist/ito-shinsui.

gentlewave:

Ito Shinsui (伊東 深水): Pet Dog (愛犬), 1934, ukiyo-e print (浮世絵), source: ukiyo-e.org/artist/ito-shinsui.

aplacetolovedogs:

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aplacetolovedogs:

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Visit our poster store Rover99.com

Thursday, August 28, 2014

instagram:

A Dachshund Collage A Day with @acidinvader

To see more of David Carnie’s whimsical wiener dog works, follow @acidinvader on Instagram.

Before he became a prolific, semi-anonymous creator of dachshund-themed collages, David Carnie’s biggest claim to fame was coining the term “bromance” in the mid-90s. (“I’m sorry,” he says.) For the past year and a half, however, David has produced a dachshund collage nearly every single day under the pseudonym @acidinvader—an anagram of his name.

David began collaging as an exercise in creativity after receiving a daily dachshund calendar as a gift from his parents. “At the time, I had a soul-crushing job that was rendering me mentally bankrupt,” David says, “so I gave myself an assignment: make one piece of art every day for one year.” A year came and went, and he kept collaging.

“I like the random juxtapositions that collages create,” explains David. “That’s part of the ‘exercise’: letting go.” But that doesn’t mean his collages are completely devoid of deeper meaning: “There’s the occasional smarty-pants reference to literature, mythology, fairy tales or music.”

(Source: grimelords)

Wednesday, August 27, 2014
There’s Finally A Way To See Exactly What Your Dog’s Doing Throughout The Day

The makers of GoPro, a tiny and light portable camera, have released a new product just for dogs: A harness that holds two cameras to record things from your canine’s perspective.

There’s Finally A Way To See Exactly What Your Dog’s Doing Throughout The Day

The makers of GoPro, a tiny and light portable camera, have released a new product just for dogs: A harness that holds two cameras to record things from your canine’s perspective.

kingdomy:

Shiba Inu “works” at a little shop in Japan (via)

Tuesday, August 26, 2014
humansofnewyork:

“I was a young, lily-white liberal who majored in social work. I imagined myself as a Dorothea Dix type figure, who was going to save the world. Then I graduated and learned about bureaucracy. So I lowered my goals, and just tried to help a couple of people every day.”

humansofnewyork:

“I was a young, lily-white liberal who majored in social work. I imagined myself as a Dorothea Dix type figure, who was going to save the world. Then I graduated and learned about bureaucracy. So I lowered my goals, and just tried to help a couple of people every day.”