Amanda Jones captures the inevitable aging of man’s best friend in a beautiful book of black and white portraits in ‘Dog Years.’ The Massachusetts-based photographer has been photographing dogs for over 20 years and was inspired by her own long-haired dachsund’s, Lily, own transformation over the years.
Valerie Susik draws a series of adorable canine portraits in realistic detail but that’s not the only thing that makes her work cleverly creative. Using Instagram photographs of dogs she personally found to be irresistible, the Russian illustrator recreates their cute mugs with watercolor posing them in a way as if to interact with their real life surroundings.
Photographer Ty Foster was inspired to create his dogs wearing cones of shame series when his father sent him a picture of his two dogs in the post-vet healing collars. While these devices are a necessary evil for animals to heal, Foster’s portraits aptly depict the humiliating and unbearable experience the dogs have while wearing them.
There’s something both irresistible and a little mean about the silly things people do to their dogs. In this series of photos, we can all crack a smile at the expense of these unsuspecting pups as they pose with their goofy chew toys. Some dogs are meant to look like they have huge red lips, others, mustaches, but none of the dogs realize just how much they like look like happy idiots.
You could get into a heated discussion about which of the two subjects is cuter on the new Instagram account, Hot Dudes With Dogs. Over 10,000 followers are already enjoying how nice it is to look at these men with their pooches, so you can either add to the stream or simply enjoy the views.
The US photographer who made his name online with his stunning images of dogs diving underwater has brightened our lives once more with his new “Underwater Puppies” series. The photos may be ridiculously cute, but it wasn’t all fun and games said Seth Casteel.
When you’re a child that has no family, a connection to a pet can be even more significant. While traveling with animal welfare foundation, Obhoyaronno in Dhaka, Bangladesh, photographer Sam Edmonds got an intimate view into the lives of young orphans living in Robindra Shorbod Park with their stray pets.
The book ‘Puppyhood’ contains pictures of 25 dog breeds photographed at 6 weeks of age. Professional animal photographer J. Nicole Smith shot the 25 different litters over a 30 day period. She and her team took great pains in the shoots to ensure the health and well being of the puppies.
Photographer Douglas Sonders wants people to know that not all pit bulls, Rottweilers and boxers are mean dogs. In fact, his series, Not a Bully, lovingly portrays these dogs in ways that show the softer side of their personalities.