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12/05/2017
Giving the people what they want.

Words by

Giulia Brugliera

Love your pupper and want to express this fact in a tasteful, fashionable way? Of course you do.

While we’ve already told you about these friendship necklaces to share with your dog, those are so 2015. Let us introduce you to the next best thing in overt expressions of love. Dog portraits.

Dom Gauci is the woman behind this brilliant idea, sketching and designing portraits of your pupper that aren’t embarrassing to hang up. You can opt for dot, line or digitally designed images, each very impressive and not too exxy. 

Have a looksie at her work and for custom orders, click here.

domgaucidesigns.com.au

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