What’s the best way to show off how much your love pet? Sure, giving them kisses, love and affection is all fine and dandy, but what about custom pet photo gifts? Turning your favorite pet photos into tangible items is a whole lot of fun and you’ll have mementos that will last a lifetime. Aside from getting them for yourself, you can always get these gifts for the pet lovers you love most in your life. In our experience, these gifts will do nothing less than impress.
Is there anything cuter than this?! If you want to impress the pet lovers on your list, a custom pet pillow is the perfect gift. And if you’re also an animal lover, why not treat yourself to a comfy pillow, too? We’re sure your furry little friend would love a pillow of themselves, too!
Here are some more pet pillow ideas to inspire your own creations:
A big thank you to Woman’s Day Magazine for the awesome photo of the puppy in the ugly Christmas sweater (and featuring us in their Christmas pet gift guide)!
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Animals do the darndest things. Check out these 12 hilarious animal portraits that will warm even the coldest of hearts:
Hey, there! How you doin’?
Cat or snowball? Hard to tell.
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Looks like his owner is about to give him some tasty treats!
Hungry hungry hamster!
She’s probably waving back the panda…
Cute hamsters and a pineapple? Sign us up.
Check out this grumpy pug burrito.
The Screaming Monkey would be a good name for a pub…… Read more
There is an old saying, “never work with pets or children,” but luckily that doesn’t have to be true. If you have pets and want to display their pictures in your home, there is an art to making your pet photography pop.
Here are a few tips to capture the perfect pet photo.
Choosing Your Location
Whether you’re photographing your pet in a studio environment or in a more natural setting, the first step is to get eye level with your subject. By doing this, you’re seeing the photo from your pet’s point of view, and that automatically makes your … Read more
Photographer Sebastian Magnani traveled all across Switzerland to meet with a number of cat lovers and capture the striking resemblance they share with their pets.
The series, which Sebastian dubbed “Undercats”, used Photoshop extensively to showcase a variety of anthropomorphic cats. Throughout Undercats, these furry pets are shown wearing everything from hats to motorcycling gear and even earrings.
To capture the similarities, Magnani would photograph portraits of the furry felines and their owners in the same pose. Once the perfect shots were taken, he would then splice together the head of the cat and body of the owner … Read more
These are no ordinary superheroes, nor are they ordinary dogs — they’re both! Illustrator Josh Lynch has created the series DOTMU: Dogs of the Marvel Universe on his Bēhance portfolio, and we can’t get enough.
Some of the amazing canines include a Thor golden retriever, a pug Captain America, a bulldog Hulk, and a chihuahua Iron Man.
From the captivating colors, to the intricate lines, these illustrations are impressive on many levels. Plus they’re superhero dogs, and what isn’t impressive about that? We can only hope that Lynch will be adding more to this series in the near future.
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Most people photograph humans; some photograph animals. But Belgian photographer Vincent Lagrange photographs animals as humans.
His photography series “Human Animals” captures portraits of dogs, owls and lizards showcasing human-like characteristics and emotions. The animals featured in Lagrange’s work display a range of emotions from suspicion to contemplation to excitement.
While most photographers capture their subjects in their natural element, Lagrange’s photos showcase a different side of animals rarely seen. His subjects aren’t hunting for their prey or sleeping atop a tree, but they are immersed in deep thought or taking a break from a tiring day.
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We’ve seen these types of photo series tons of times with kids, but never before have we seen it done with a pet! Rufus is a goofy, 3-year-old, Pharaoh Hound who apparently sleeps like a rock. His owner — dog photographer, Sara Rehnmark — runs a popular website where she features a photo series of Rufus’ sleepy-time adventures. She stages photos of Rufus exploring, flying, sunbathing, and even cleaning.
Each image takes about 2 hours to set up and capture. Sara creates her scenes using household items, and her brilliant mind. When asked more about her process, she says: … Read more