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ISSUE SIX — BUY NOW

We are excited to announce our sixth issue is now available.
In this issue we learn about anthropomorphism, dog-headed succulents, four-legged shop assistants, gentle giants, doting dachshunds, and a wolf with friendly eyes. We fall in love with mash-ups of Snoopy and Charlie Brown, hybrid dogs, flying pups, and a handsome bull terrier celeb hailing from New York City (did you guess already…?). All this, and more, inside the covers.

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ISSUE SIX — BUY NOW

In this issue we learn about anthropomorphism, dog-headed succulents, and four-legged shop assistants. We meet a handsome bull terrier celeb hailing from New York City (did you guess already…?) and chat to creatives about gentle giants, doting dachshunds, and a wolf with friendly eyes. We laugh out loud thanks to Ken Kagami’s brilliant and nonsensical mash-ups of Snoopy and Charlie Brown, admire Michael Gillette’s new breeds that meld pups and pop culture, and fall hard for Julia Christe’s dogs in mid-air. We wonder which type of dog owner we are, ponder the poignancy of living in the doghouse, and meet a mongrel fascinated by his own poop. We read about northern Italy’s truffle-hunting hounds, and then travel to Amsterdam—a city whose progressive attitude extends to dogs. We marvel at the beauty of torn balls thanks to Delphine Crepin, and discover what lies in the shadows courtesy of Thomas Roma. All this, and more, inside the covers.


Featuring
Maija Astikainen, Ruth Barry, Libby Borton, Eleonor Boström, Calliope, Julia Christe, Delphine Crepin, Howlpot, Amy Gerstler, Michael Gillette, Neville Jacobs, Ken Kagami, Petalon, Thomas Roma, Jon Ronson and Sun of Wolves.


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Shipping date
23 November 2016
Delivered straight to your door before general release.
Please allow two weeks for delivery.

Subscriptions
Our annual subscription includes two issues (June 2016 / November 2016), postcards,
and free shipping worldwide. Subscriptions are also available for gifting.
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