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THROUGH THE FOG

Joey the Springer Spaniel cautiously explores Woodburn, an almost completely dead forest, in Matthew Gordon’s photographic essay.

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ARCHIVE: GIRL, INTERRUPTED

Hellen van Meene’s nostalgic portraits of girls and dogs capture the elegance and awkwardness of youth.

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THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY

Faye Moorhouse believes the uglier the better when it comes to dog illustrations.

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ARCHIVE: GIMME SHELTER

In a world where architecture has gone to the dogs, photographer Mark Ruwedel explores beautifully decaying doghouses in the wild West.

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It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad Dog’s World

Sex, art, relationships and grocery shopping are explored through the eyes of dogs in Joy Ho’s pitch-black comic, Dogswurld.

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CITIZEN CANINE

The New York Dog Film Festival is hitting the road, touring the country to entertain and educate via the silver screen, starting with L.A. on 4 June 2016.

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ISSUE FIVE — ORDER NOW

We are excited to announce our fifth issue is now available to pre-order.
In this issue we learn about memorial tattoos, lucky dæmons, surfing dogs, top models (of the four-legged kind, of course), missing-pet posters, purebreds and mutts alike, peanut butter, pet names, and the meaning of Keith Haring’s iconic Barking Dog.
All this, and more, inside the covers.

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IN GOOD COMPANY

Josh Bryant’s series ‘Companions’ explores the way dogs’ emotions provide
an insight into the personalities and identity of their owners.

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EYE TO EYE

Belgian photographer Paul Croes left models and magazines behind to photograph dogs, and never looked back.

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SOAKING WET

The life of a model can be tough. But the ever-professional mutts in photographer Sophie Gamand’s book, Wet Dog, deliver perfect blue-steel stares.

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