Thursday, December 30, 2010

Dogs and Morning Light

Something about seeing dogs on a sunlit morning seems to predicate a better world, or the possibility of one. I wonder if this image came from the title of the blog flying dog studio design wall? It could be. The above is another t-shirt design.

I love this alternative to a journal/idea book on spiritcloth.

21 comments:

California Girl said...

Love this--colors design imagery everything.

Happy New Year!

Gwilym Williams said...

It's a K9-PEGASUS

Happy new year from Vienna.

Eva said...

Cute Dogasus. Happy New Year!

Charles Gramlich said...

I liked the name from Eva, Dogasus. Cool.

susan christensen said...

Dogs are joy on four feet. Your little Dogsus captures this so well! Best wishes for the New Year, ArtSparker!

Tomás Serrano said...

Beautiful. I like specially the positioning.

Celeste Bergin said...

gossamer wings....very float-y and pretty

Tom said...

awesome...flying dogs, now there's a weird thought

Totalfeckineejit said...

When dogs have wings
they can see more things
than usual

ArtSparker said...

TFE, as always, your doggerel has wings.

roberto! said...

Happy New Year, Susan!!!!!!

tony said...

Hey Susan ! Have A Fab 2011 ! Bestest Wishes
Tony.

Fresca said...

Flying into 2011!
Happy New Year, Sparky!

grrl + dog said...

All things dog

get my attention

instantly..

thankyou for the beautiful card..very thoughtful and with an alice print as well.

Loulou said...

Very nice! Have a wonderful 2011!!!
Take care,
Loulou from New Delhi

Eric Barclay said...

Love the simplicity- beautiful design. Hope 2011 brings you much joy and happiness!

yvette said...

does it matter where it comes from..it.s there for a reason.
The tea wants to fly away or something totally different..
Susan...when are we going for a walk in chinatown???????????????????
(and yes one of the burden is now a safeline in contact)

kathrin said...

allways great your blog !!! happy new year !!! big hugh Kathrin

Titus said...

He looks as if he's overjoyed with his wings! Like he's just got them, really. If only.

Clowncar said...

depends on what the dogs are doing on that sunlit morning, but generally, yeah.

dogs chewing on your severed hand: fail.

ArtSparker said...

CC- I have observed some dietary peccadillos on the part of canines, but not that one, that is, have not observed a dog chewing on my severed hand or anyone else's. Clearly you are better travelled than I.