DOG is a modern lifestyle magazine exploring the presence and influence of dogs and their owners in society. Each issue centres on a specific breed and theme and explores the meaningful interactions between individuals and their dogs through photographic portfolios, interviews and personal essays.
Visual, poetic, current and innovative, DOG offers original content and a new perspective on what it means to be a dog lover and owner. Content for DOG comes from a variety of creative sources, including emerging and established photographers, designers, illustrators, writers and visual artists.
In Issue 6 on the Airdale Terrier:
- A visit to designer Dries Van Noten at his beautiful home in Belgium. We discuss the inspiration behind his most recent collection, the fashion scene in Antwerp, and what life is like with his dog, Harry the Airedale Terrier, who is this issue's cover star. Sadly, Harry passed away just before we went to print, so we dedicate this issue to him.
- We take a trip to Yorkshire – the Airedale's birthplace – as part of our travel section, to discover the rolling dales and rural landscape this breed calls home. We also explore some of the county's most famous exports, from Yorkshire tea to David Hockney.
- We chat to Kate Spicer, the author behind Lost Dog: A Love Story, to find out what it takes to write a bestselling memoir, and how she coped with losing her beloved pooch, Wolfy.
- And of course, there are plenty of pages filled with illustrations and photographs to feast your eyes on.
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