Casetino dreaming—2.8 takes poop bags to once-impossible heights of style.
Magnum Dogs—Magnum photographers are a rare breed. It’s not so surprising that a dig through their extensive archives unearths a notable presence of dogs.
Side by side—Illustrator Kim Hye-rim captures people and their pets in life’s quiet moments.
Harsh reality—Photographer Ragnar Axelsson documents the icy future of Greenland’s hardest working professionals.
Life imitates art—The Painter’s Wife’s latest collection adds splashes of colour to everyday dog diversions.
Dutch photographer Hellen van Meene was scared of dogs until she started to see them as less of a threat, and more as family. Here, we learn how.
January 22, 2021
GRIG’s collection is Paris personified and pup-wear perfected.
January 15, 2021
For photographer Klaus Dyba, dogs are a particular passion. Here, we learn a few of his tricks.
January 8, 2021
Cloud7’s Eco Down collection minimises their environmental footprint while upping pups’ warmth.
January 4, 2021
In his portraits, Dan Burn-Forti captures dogs’ silliness spliced with sophistication.
December 23, 2020
December 17, 2020
Joby Barnard pairs crisp line illustrations and witty captions to breathe life into a band of lovable characters.
December 14, 2020
Green Paw, The Painter’s Wife’s sustainable collection, protects both pup and planet.
November 20, 2020
Photographer Nicole England reflects on the making of the international edition of Resident Dog, a must-have book for dog-loving architecture buffs.
November 12, 2020
Canem Studio’s sleek made-to-order accessories are one of a kind and designed to last.
November 5, 2020
Books as friends, a rescue named Banana, and the ebbs and flows of being creative in our chat with the multi-dimensional artist Ohara Hale.
November 2, 2020
Be the perfect power couple with MiaCara’s matching coats.
October 27, 2020
Issue Ten — LR
Pack of Dogs — Amy
GIFT SET — GREAT DANE
Pack of Dogs — Bob
Pack of Dogs — John
Pack of Dogs — Pharrell
Issue Ten — WW
THE PAINTER'S WIFE
OUI MON PUPPY
QUIRK OF NATURE
LIGHT AS A FEATHER
INSIDE INTEL: KLAUS DYBA