It’s time for another awesome Friday Freebie from Sniff Design Studio®! Since this coming Sunday, August 12th is national Analog Day – the day to disconnect from all things electronic; what better way to join in by playing a classic board game? We were really excited to come across this great pet design and pet themed illustration celebrating our love of dogs. This game was designed by Eva Galesloot, a freelance illustrator based in the Netherlands with a heart for animals.
To download the Walk the Dog board game, click here. (Hint – best to print this game on card stock paper using the highest print quality available). Now, all that is left is to teach Rover how to play. Ready – set – go!
It’s Friday again, and you know what that means! Yep, it’s another cool freebie from your fellow friends here at Sniff Design Studio.
This vintage dog and cat label design was influenced by our in-house mini dachshunds, Mina and Max. You see, they are part of a group known as PawPals. This means that every month they get a box of goodies from their own PawPal. They too get to send out a goodie box to their own designated monthly PawPal. So, this month Mina and Max asked for a bit of help coming up with something yummy, fun and original.
The result was a vintage jar filled with dog treats with a custom made label. As a result the doxies ‘digged’ the label so much that they want to share it with everyone. They even had us design a set for those of the feline persuasion. Enjoy!
• For best results print this label set on 8.5 x 11 sticker paper.
• Or simply use a craft spay adhesive of choice.
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Then simply FB message or chat with us to let us know which option you’d like: Doggy, Kitty or Birdy.
We’ll then send the freebie right to you.
Dogs are often referred to as man’s best friend. They are always around when you need them and happy with just a bit of attention. In addition to making great pets, they also can make even great subjects for artwork. In fact, most businesses who venture into using dogs as part of their marketing efforts find that they can get greater results, or even just getting their audience to pay better attention. Dog related design has now stretched across all sorts of mediums, from digital works like logos and branding, to animation, to 2d illustration.
In the brief gallery below we’ve put together some astounding artwork focusing on dogs. Let us know your favorites or other alternative works of art that you’ve may come across in other pet web site or blogs. In fact, feel free to share those images via our Sniff Design Pinterest page, since we love to pin and share all things canine and feline related. Or, if you happen to come across this blog and are in need of professional pet design or pet logo design we’re here!
1st Image Credit – Old Man On A Mountain – by Craig Henry
2nd Image Credit – Space Dog – by Melanie Matthews
3rd Image Credit – Dog – by Nguyen Thanh Nhan
4th Image Credit – Cat ‘n’ Dogs..And A Bird – by Bram Zwinnen
5th Image Credit – The Mutz Nutz On Holiday – by Sniff Design Studio
6th Image Credit – My Dog – by Jared Chapman
7th Image Credit – Baby Wags – by Sniff Design Studio
8th Image Credit -Bone – by Craig Henry
Happy International Puppy Day! In celebration of all things puppy, we though that these 3 puppy themed desktop wallpapers would be great to download to serve as your desktop’s new best friend. These custom digital pet illustrations were found via digital art-gallery.com. Naturally, we favored the doggy themed wallpapers over all of the others.
What’s really neat is that you can decide which exact size you need there within the site and then download the perfect size! Of course you can download them right here. However if you need a specific size for you desktop, smart phone or tablet…go ahead and visit digital art gallery’s site. Enjoy!
Sniff Design loves Downtown Abbey, that’s right we said it. So, you watch Downton Abbey, right? If you don’t, you’re probably living in the woods under a rock on a desert island in a time warp in an alternate universe. And even then if still claim it, you’re probably lying. Everyone is watching this show and we are no exception.
The beautiful period garb, restrained acting, and insane soap-operatic plot lines have us hooked and what’s more, has our two in-house TV hounds locked in as well. And since we also love dogs so much, naturally we had to share this fun and compiled character list of the Downtown Abbey character as dogs, found on dogster’s web site. Like us, they also noticed how much Bates resembles a Basset Hound or how cousin Matthew Crawley’s lovable and adorable character resembles a Golden Retriever. Enjoy!