Nice Nosing You is the rare set of photographs that can turn an ordinary dog into an abstract piece of art, just by finding a novel angle.
The world of creative canine coiffure is a truly, deeply weird one. Last year, NYC-based photographer Paul Nathan traveled to New Jersey’s Intergroom, a high-profile grooming competition, because of course those exist, and took portraits of pooches clipped and dyed to look like flamingoes, clowns, leopards, and parrots, among other un-dogly things.
What the who?
This video might make you cry. Actually, it will probably make you cry.
At first glance, it’s the epitome of everything wrong with crowdfunding platforms: It’s vaporware, a concept that has no hope of becoming a reality. And so far, the press has met it with skepticism. But after talking to the Swedish creatives behind the device at Studio Total, I, like most of you, will kick myself for not thinking of it first.
Subway dogs always make my day
Just in time for our “Most Innovative Cats” list.
(Source: Fast Company)
Can you teach a good dog new tricks? Yes, you can. You can even teach a dog how to drive. Really.
Spots created by BBDO New York stress—in a lighthearted way—that nobody loves you like HBO GO.
VW was the winner of last year’s Super Bowl ad stakes with its adorable yet not sickening “The Force.” And it appears the brand has plans to revisit a Star Wars theme for game day 2012, though with a different species of spot.
Sit Tight, Pooch, I’ll Just Be a Minute
(None were harmed. That didn’t stop our hearts from skipping a beat or two.)