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Aug 9

John Unger adopted Schoep, named after the famous Wisconsin ice cream, when he was just a puppy, and the two have been together ever since. Now, at 19 years old, Schoep has arthritis and has trouble sleeping, the Pioneer Press reports. Unger found that water is therapeutic for his pained buddy, so he takes Schoep into Lake Superior and lulls him to sleep.

Aug 1

Michael Dweck was a highly successful advertising executive before he became a full time photographer. His work has appeared in Vanity Fair, Esquire, and French Vogue, among other magazines. The above print is titled "Surf Dog".

July 30

Push Pin Art

Posted by Artdesign Inc. | Visit the Eric Daigh Website

Eric Daigh is a portraitist living in Michigan. Considered photography sometimes and painting at others, most of Daigh's work is probably best placed in the category of mosaic. His works often include an arrangement of small pieces. Daigh's work is exhibited internationally by museums, collectors, and art fairs, including New York's Armory Show and Art Chicago.

July 28

Del Popolo is housed in a twenty-foot transatlantic shipping container that's been re-purposed and modified into a kitchen. A wall of glass doors exposes the interior, including the traditional Italian-made wood-fired oven. Track the location in real time via social media.

July 25

The logo, which cost £400,000 ($520,000 USD) and took the best part of a year to be devised by brand consultants Wolff Olins, came up against widespread disapproval. To see some of Wolff Olins other projects, please visit their website.

July 24

Studio SRZ

Posted by Artdesign Inc. | Visit the Studio SRZ Website

A dear friend and colleague, Shahrukh Zaidi owns and operates a wonderful design studio out of Chennai, India. His products are absolutely impressive and the quality and finish of the goods are outstanding. Definitely check him out.

July 23

Unfortunately, this beastly picture isn't Photoshop at work. According to Gothamist, a woman discovered this deceased creature laid out under the Brooklyn Bridge on the Manhattan side of New York City, alongside the East River.

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