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Issue One — Available now

We are excited to announce that our premiere issue is available. Issue One is a collaboration with more than 50 artists and writers (and their dogs!) from around the world. Get your copy here.

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Issue One — Available now

In our premiere issue, we pay homage to iconic photographer Elliott Erwitt, whose waggish black and whites of such figures as Marilyn Monroe and Fidel Castro are rivaled only by hundreds more of dogs.

We explore artists whose work is inspired by dogs—Guggenheim Fellow Mark Ruwedel’s wistful pictures of abandoned doghouses in the desert, Sony Photography Award winner Sophie Gamand’s disarming portraits of sopping-wet dogs—and, conversely, those whose dogs inspire them. For Chris Johanson and Johanna Jackson, their affenpinscher, Raisin, has witnessed the creative couple’s meteoric rise from San Francisco street artists to contemporary art icons. Sleigh Bells’ raven-haired, tattoo-sleeved frontwoman Alexis Krauss’ bull terrier Rizla keeps her company on tour and even barked a cameo on the band’s record, Bitter Rivals.

There are tales about dogs real (Nipper, the HMV dog) and imagined (Dave Eggers’ star-crossed mutt). And we’ve dug up an obscure collection by Peter Hujar—he of the infamous “Candy Darling on her Deathbed”—starring animals and nudes.

Follow our lead….


To order or subscribe, please visit our shop.


Artists featured
Dave Eggers, Elliott Erwitt, Sophie Gamand, Kathy Grayson, Albert Hammond Jr., Peter Hujar, Johanna Jackson, Chris Johanson, Alexis Krauss, Mike Mills, Will Robson-Scott, Nathaniel Russell, Deanne Sarita Smart, David Shrigley, Hillary Taymour, Martin Usborne, Hellen van Meene, Justin Lee Williams, Nicolas Wilmouth


With the support of Cloud7, FreeStitch and Urban Dog Leads.

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