Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Dogs en miniature

There are only a few things that make me speachless (e.g. when my mistress forget who of us eats first or some visitors of her ignore me in MY own house...).
Nevertheless here is an example that delighted me that much, that I could hardly recognize myself.

These cute little doggies are made of leather that is lovingly being painted afterwards. They are handmade by »DoggyBoggyShop« - featured by a guy that lives in Bangkok|Thailand.
If you are looking for your breed & cannot find it at his shop, he'll produce one especially for you by using a photo of your beloved sweetie.
I could gawp at them all along - and forget even my meal, grmbblllll!

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Dogs (and more) in 3D

Today I would like to introduce some more pillows I found at the internet. I just can't get enough of these fluffy, cuddly & mellow stuff - exceptionally when they look that real like these from »Areaware«. The designer is the New Yorker Ross Menuez who was enspired by images of the 19th century illustrations and the shape of pillows from the victorian age.

Fans of the pug will lose their hearts to this most charming face:

Look at this curly-dinky poodle. It seems that he thinks about solving the real important problems of the world...

Another hairy chum - the Bearded Collie. Thank goodness he doesn't lose his hair like the real ones do...

The best partner for animal herding (hahaha) - the Border Collie:

And some cool hot spots for your home:

A preppy-peppy-puppy that will bring thousands of enamoured screecher, wanna bet?

And - Tadah! - one of my kind. He looks amazingly intelligent & handsome, doesn't he?

But this one is my absolute favorite. A rabbit that doesn't beat loose. (But foolishly it doesn't taste at all...)

Monday, August 8, 2011

Like a dog in a china shop

The US-manufacturer »Herend« produces lovely smooth white porcelain-dogs with hand painted designs. It beautifies every home no matter if it's modern style or full of antiques. For me they look really stylish and would appear fantastic on our 60ies danish sideboard - but I think my mistress will never buy one of these precious loved ones, because we have a cleaning lady that is - let's say - a little bit clumsy. Quasi like an elephant in a china shop...
Now have a look at these wonderfully designed animals.

This is not Rudolph, the red nose reindeer - it's the red tailed Labrador:

Miss Chihuahua, pecious suited in Amber:

Gentlemen prefer Blondes - Ladies prefer blonde Spaniels:

Not the Pink Panther, but the Pink Poodle:

Go Green!

A sun-tanned Yorkie:

True (and) blue:

And one of my cousins - a Jack Russell - wants to play (must be Black Jack, he?)

Thursday, August 4, 2011


Yes, I know that there are reams of offers - and many of these wallstickers are really bad taste (in an negative manner), but I found some that excited me and therefor it's possible, that my mistress will buy one to pimp our home. (And I will get a brother or sister that leaves me alone...)

Some cute sausage dogs, that will fill your life with action:

After freaking out, they love to rest at a warm place:

This well souped-up poodle will upgrade every shack to a million dollar mansion (by the way - what an awesome combination of colours, love it!!):

A creative form to beautify ugly electrical sockets. Short advice to all my dear friends- please don't simulate this at home:

All wallstickers by »Domestic«, that introduces collections of objects designed by designers, graphic artists and artists gathered around innovating and new concepts and themes.