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Dog, Issue 3

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Dog is a modern lifestyle magazine exploring the presence and influence of dogs and their owners in society. Each issue centers on a common topic and explores the meaningful interactions and love of individuals and their dogs through photographic portfolios, interviews, personal essays, informative material on breeds and creative content.

Personal, visual, poetic, current and innovative, Dog offers original content and a new perspective to dog lovers and owners. Content for Dog will come from a variety of creative sources mirroring the diversity of dog owners and lovers. Submissions from emerging or established photographers, designers, illustrators, writers, designers, makers and visual artists, and any dog owner, give Dog a fresh vision of what dog mean to humans.

In this issue:
Issue 3 is all about the Dalmatian. We travelled to the beautiful Dalmatian Coast where we did some island hopping in the search for some local dogs, and compiled a photoessay documenting our favourite spots.

We feature work by artists Fredrik Andersson and Kyle Platts, and talk culture and dog ownership with celebrated theatre producer Sonia Friedman. We also chat to designer Ellen Van Dusen about the creative process, and how to make a house a home.

We showcase work from talented photographer Farhad Rahman and artist Johnny Smith. Inspired by our cover boy’s coat, we explore the concept of ‘marks’ in a series of essays, and talk to a group of creative couples in our ‘2 + Dog’ piece.

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