Dogs on the beach are one thing. Dogs on cell phones on the beach are another. Check it out.
Alexander Khokhlov's fantastic dog portraits should bring a smile to your face.
Stray dogs in Thailand getting their first hugs.
Strange tales of feral children of the world, told through dramatic photographic recreations.
Photographer Andy Seliverstoff has a really fun series of photos showcasing small children with their huge dog companions. Via MyModernMet:
In a very colorful, pop-art execution, Ben the Illustrator asked Twitter: “What is your dream workspace?” The resulting polls helped to dictate the amalgamated design, which you can investigate, below. A very cool and clever crowdsourced experiment. Click the images for a …
Lassi Rautiainen caught an amazing collection of images of a brown bear and a wolf exploring, playing and co-existing beautifully together. An unlikely friendship, and one that shows the beautiful complexity of nature. Via MyModernMet:
Just breathe quietly and enjoy these calm, zen dogs. Via Alex Cearns and BP:
Serena Hodson has a hilarious collection of images titled Dry Dog/Wet Dog, and it’s about as simple as it sounds. Via Dog Milk:
German artist Tanja Brandt has an amazing documentation of Ingo the dog and Poldi the owl, who are the best of friends. Probably some of the most unlikely of friends, these two love each other’s company, and their companionship should buoy the spirits of …
Via LaughingSquid, a collection of gorgeous images of the northern red fox. Ivan Kislov is a Russian photographer who captured the red fox in the remote Chukotka Peninsula in the northeastern area of Russia. “Foxes are curious and can come very close, and I shoot with …
Painstakingly researched and delivered in adorable fashion, Lili Chin has created an impressive series called Dogs of the World. Broken down by their country of origin, here is Part One of the Dogs of the World poster series. Never has learning about …
Via Visual.ly, a vintage style infographic showing the average lifespan of different animals.
Ben Foster is a sculptor from New Zealand, making geometric animals that are larger than life. Via MyModernMet: From Foster: “My works are a culmination of the natural and the manmade – a careful balance of form and motion.” Ben Foster website