Cheeky illustrations, heart-melting portraits, Snoopy mashups, wet mutts, Amy Winehouse, and many more. ‘Design Hounds’ is a treasure trove of dog-centric work from 50 international artists, illustrators and photographers, all in postcard format and available for purchase to raise money and awareness for WECare, a charity providing free veterinary care and treatment to Sri Lanka’s street dogs.
Come visit us at the Fetch&Follow pop-up in Shoreditch, London, from 14—23 September, and take home postcards of your choice in exchange for a token donation, big or small. If you are quick, you could snap a limited edition postcard book including all artworks. There is other surprises and a silent auction too.
Curated by Four&Sons in association with dog lifestyle brand Fetch&Follow. A very special thanks to all the artists for their generous contribution and support.
Maija Astikainen, Winnie Au, Lou Bailly-Kermène, John Bond, Eleonor Boström, Lisa Cervone, Robert James Clarke, Delphine Crepin, Brian Donnelly, Klaus Dyba, Sam Edmonds, Nicole England, Nils Ericson, Jesse Freidin, Matt Furie, Sophie Gamand, Travis Gillett, Michael Gillette, Walter Glassof, Ollie Grove, Natalie Hrymakowski, Taneale Hrymakowski, Samuel Jurčić, Ken Kagami, Susumu Kamijo, Jo Longhurst, Mark Mckay, Juliette Mills, Faye Moorhouse, Apolline Muet, Sally Muir, Greg Murray, Emily Nicholson, Gemma O’Brien, Joanna Osborne, Will Robson-Scott, Steve Ryan, Ros Shiers, Masha Shishova, Sulek, Sun of Wolves, The McCartneys, Ho Hai Tran, Martin Usborne, Ruth van Beek, Patricia van de Camp, WandaMAN, Kimberly M. Wang, Benn Wood and Wilfrid Wood.
Fetch&Follow Pop-Up Store
67 Redchurch Street, Shoreditch, London
Friday 14—Sunday 23 September
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None of this would be possible without our four-legged counterparts who sprinkle magic dust time and time again, and our readers, who embraced this kooky idea, rallied around us, and made this world theirs too. With friends like these, who needs nine lives?
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