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Dog Dreaming

Laurie Anderson’s Heart of a Dog is a poignant cinematic tribute
to her dog Lolabelle, gone but not forgotten.

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Dearly Beloved

Author and illustrator Maira Kalman’s Beloved Dog celebrates the way our hounds manage to bring out the best in us.

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Encounters of the dog kind

Elias Weiss Friedman (AKA The Dogist)’s new photography book showcases the street style of some fabulous four-legged friends.

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Wild cards

Ace Hotel London x Four&Sons: 25 international artists, photographers, and designers create artwork to pay homage to their favourite breeds—from beautiful images and mixed media, to tongue-in-cheek illustrations, and xeroxed collages. The result? A deck of collectable playing cards.

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ISSUE FOUR — ORDER NOW

We are excited to announce that our fourth issue is now available for pre-order. Featuring Ally Capellino, Bego Antón, Architecture for Dogs, Morad Bouchakour, Wayne Coyne, Dogs Best Man, Found My Animal, Hostem, Alexandra Horowitz, Samuel Jurcic, Javier Mendizábal, Morrison Hotel Gallery, Bianca Pilet, Aaron Ruff, Ruth van Beek, Patricia van de Camp, Erin Wasson and William Wegman.

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Flower Power

Sophie Gamand’s new portrait exhibition aims
to change the public perception of the pit bull.

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Miami Sunrise

Tomáš Werner’s A Handbook for Dog Walkers pays homage to Miami with the help of all-smiling, willing muse.

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Pet haven

Artist Corrie Wessman brings some much-needed humour to the serious business of pet portraiture.

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Gentle giants

Norwegian photographer Truls Bakken on the big dog that raised him, and the Zen nature of the Irish wolfhound.

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Dog holes

When walking in the woods, photographer Trevor Powers stumbled upon an unexpected phenomenon.

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