I started my project when I brought my dog Didi to the studio where usually I shoot portraits of people. I made some portraits of Didi and after that my friends and colleagues were just amazed by the results. At the...
I'm Heather Lovelace, a freelance graphic designer from Pittsburgh. I have been drawing more and more lately, so I've decided to spend more time doing portraits.
I do commissioned portrait drawings for your dogs, cats and any other pets.
From dogs with three legs, to cats born without eyes, Perfect Imperfection celebrates the intrinsic beauty of animals who have overcome adversity and adapted to a physical impairment.
Photographed with care and sensitivity by leading Australian animal photographer, Alex Cearns of Houndstooth...
Marciel J Blake
I first met cats on the internet. If the internet is bountiful with one thing, it is cats - their memes and videos. From this sprung yearning to really interact with cats.
When I've finished the "Underdogs" project, for me it was clear, I want to create the same with pussies – merging cats with their respective owners.
Cats have these awesome beautiful eyes – really catchy and huge. It's like doors, something...
As they are generously smiling, Cabo Verde pigs are also generous in fleas. I counted 78 bites on my body for this short moment with them..
For me, the most powerful connection to any subject, whether human or animal, is through the eyes. Once I started this project, it became immediately clear that the direct gaze into the camera was the most compelling photograph I could capture...
These striking animal portraits were not taken in a studio. Serbian-born photographer Boza Ivanovic started photographing zoo animals after he recovered from a freak motorcycle accident that left him with two cracked vertebrae in his neck. He spent four months confined...
These pictures were taken in Lithuania for a social campaign called "Pet Ribbon Month," initiated by the Lithuanian Cynological Society together with SOS Children's Village, and funded by MARS Lithuania.
A little over three months ago I shared the first part of this project here on Bored Panda, when I was really just doing it for fun. It picked up so much steam that I decided to dedicate myself full time...