Cardboard Pet Beds You Will Not Believe Are Cardboard.

Mimi de Biarritz Cardboard Pet Beds

I came across the talented work of artist and crafter Mimi de Biarritz in a recent New York Times’ T Magazine article about Kit Kemp’s seventh-floor pop-up store in New York City’s Bergdorf Goodman. The temporary outlet incorporated many of Biarritz’ one-of-a-kind items. Among her impressive paper art and objects I spotted two stunning pet beds, so I did a little research and wait until you see what I found. (more…)

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Crayon Dog Sculptures by Artist Herb Williams

herb williams crayon dog sculptures

Like artist Christian Faur, artist Herb Williams uses crayons unconventionally to create art. Rather than draw with them, he uses them whole as a material for his sculptures. (more…)

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Mid-Century Modern Dog Houses That Rival Human Ones.

Custom mid-century modern doghouses

These aren’t just dog houses. These are architectural masterpieces for canines. And priced as such. Designed and built by Pijuan Design Workshop, the Ranch style, Eichler-inspired and other Mid-century Modern Dog Houses are crafted with care and those shown here cost upwards of $3500 each. (more…)

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Wine That’s Good For Dogs But Made For People: Chateau La Paws.

Not that you need an excuse to imbibe, but this is as good as one as any. Chateau La Paws supports No Kill dog shelters with a selection of California wines that sport labels shot by celebrity dog photographer Carli Davidson. (more…)

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