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ASTIER DE VILLATTE

Whatever your Peanuts character, these objets d’art are furever. 

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ASTIER DE VILLATTE

Why was Charlie Brown so sad when he had Snoopy for a sidekick? The smart, loyal, and witty beagle has been a poster-dog for human’s best friend since he first appeared in comics in the ’50s. If you’re nuts about Peanuts or dog-happy in general, we’re pleased to point you towards the Snoopy collection by Parisian potters Astier de Villatte. Ivan Pericoli and Benoit Astier de Villatte, once artists experimenting with clay, are famous for their boutiques filled with 18th- and 19th-century inspired ceramics, perfumes, and homewares.

Stylishly stifle that wet-dog smell with the Santa Rosa scented candle, named for Charlie and Snoopy’s hometown. Once the notes of male syrup, brown sugar, ylang ylang, and warm wood have been snuffed, you can cover the candle with an ornate ceramic Snoopy lid. For kids at heart, there’s the handmade Snoopy figurine (as white as A Charlie Brown Christmas winter snow). For practical fans, there are Woodstock, Snoopy, and Charlie Brown character mugs. For fancy cooks, there’s a Woodstock platter or a tureen serving bowl. Whatever your character, these objets d’art are furever. 


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PACK OF DOGS

Have you ever imagined Amy Winehouse or Nick Cave as a Chihuahua, Neil Young as a Vizsla, or PJ Harvey as an Afghan hound? That’s exactly what San Francisco-based artist Michael Gillette has done through his unique illustration project, blending beloved, iconic music legends, both past and present, with their dog counterparts. Pack of Dogs, our first foray into book publishing, is a celebration of pup and pop culture for music and dog lovers alike.

GLORIOUS BASTARDS

Built to battle with any and all elements—while looking wildly cool—Bastards is for design-loving humans and dogs with plenty of attitude. 

BLOSSOMING

Feeling camera shy? Try taking a leaf out of your pup’s book. In these lush images, Clemens Schneider captures dogs in full bloom.

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