Starting in the summer of 2014, LA-based artist Lili Chin presented the series “Dogs of The World”, which is a collection of 192 canine breeds by their geographic origins. From Asian dogs to Russian dogs, from French dogs to English dogs, Chin successfully create these cartoon-style illustration that highlight the unique appearance of each dog. Chin’s work is not only enjoyable but also educational, certainly helpful for any dog love or potential dog owner. If you like Chin’s work, you can purchase prints, tote bags, t-shirt, bedding and pillow case in her Society6 store.
PS: All the rights belong to artist. For further information, please contact Lili Chin on doggiedrawings.
It is not the first time we talked about dog portrait on our site and probably you’ve seen tons of dog photos on internet. But once a while, we still want to share you with some nice dog photography, like the expressive and playful portraits Elke Vogelsang took for her three dogs Noodles, Scout and Loli.
This stylish Bluetooth-speakers for the iPhone called AeroBull from Jarre Technologies, which is perfect for dog lovers. In the shape of bulldog, it offers two speakers, one subwoofer with 100 watts. Designed for use with any iPhone or other iOS device with a lightning connector, this K9 offers high definition sound, a line in for CD players and such, and it supports MP3, AAC, WMA, protected AAC, and WAV files. The material is chrome plated ABS with a painted finish, colors include: white, black, red, gold and silver. Hence, if you can’t have a real dog at home, this will be a perfect choice to sit by your front door and give you high definition sound.
No matter you have a dog or not, as long as you love them and can knit, you will be able to knit your own dogs by following instructions given in the book written by Sally Muir and Joanna Osborne. From a spotted Dalmatian to a wrinkly Bulldog, there are 25 different pedigree pooches patterns for you to choose. No feeding, barking, shedding, or vet’s bills, as long as you made them, these dogs live forever! Take a look at the knitted dogs gallery. And if you wan to try to make you own, check the book “Knit Your Own Dog“.
Sorry, as Sally commented, “these knitted dogs are not life size, they are about 6 inches tall.”