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Dogs Dressed As Their Owners by Sebastian Magnani

Have you ever noticed that dogs look a lot like their owners and sometimes even have similar personality? Swiss photographer Sebastian Magnani decided to bring this idea to life with his photo series “Underdogs”. He created 8 whimsical diptychs showing how similar humans are to their canine friends.

Shown with hair, clothes and accessories, the funny portraits of dogs and their owners reveal a striking resemblance. On his website, Magnani describes the idea behind his project:

“So where does this striking resemblance between dog and owner come from? Does the “underdog” really rank himself lower, even visually? It is undisputed that the canines not only stir emotions and interest, but also our inner most needs. Dogs are considered loyal, selfless, trustworthy, life saving, fun and proud companions in a world where these values are gradually disappearing.”

If you like these funny dog pictures, be sure to check out zoo animals in tuxedos, shirts and leather jackets – Hilarious Zoo Portraits by Yago Partal.


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    404 :(

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    What in the world??!!

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    Could you try once more?

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    Wth? XD

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    yeah! working now!

  • Amy Lovgren via Facebook

    Haha that’s so funny!

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  • Fiona Fitzgerald via Facebook

    Jane Hagan which woofer is your doppelgänger?!

  • Jane Jones via Facebook

    Haha – I WISH I looked like my greyhounds, in build at least =)

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  • Evert F-j Veendijk via Facebook

    So true…..

  • Mary Alexander via Facebook

    The one is a woman, the other is a dog. Don’t say shit like that. It’s an old term of abuse for women, and I can’t believe a site as smart as yours would say something so shameful.

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  • Anastasia Culurides via Facebook

    For real Panda? That comment is seriously off. Is it necessary to consistently criticize women’s appearance? Then we are bombarded by posts that tell us to love our selves. Some responsible posting would be appreciated.

  • Serj Van Talpa via Facebook

    I sense fotoshop disturbance!

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  • Lea Prickett via Facebook

    thought you would like this Tracy Brennan

  • Stacey Angelides via Facebook

    You might be bored, Panda, but I thought you were cool. ” Dislike ” button pressed for unnecessary meanness towards the participants here. The dogs deserve respect as do the humans.

  • Jo Seilkopf Schram via Facebook

    I was about to say the same thing until I saw the below coments– how rude of you… get a clue from the posts… DUH

  • Frau Schlag via Facebook

    fuck up

  • Anonymous

    Those poor dogs.

    • Thom

      You can see it’s photoshopped, same position of hair and clothes on both photos. So he just had to take a simple portrait of the dog and add the clothes on photoshop !

      • Anonymous

        Actually I couldn’t see that but thanks for the explanation.

        • Jade Hobbely Nob

          If you could see that, then what was the comment “Those poor dogs” about? when the dogs are clearly in no harm and have not been harmed during this.. All they’ve done is take two separate photos of the dog and owner and Photoshopped them together, as Thom has already pointed out.

          • VictoriaScreams

            I believe GTrain said that they couldn’t see that it was Photoshopped. Why do people have to be so snarky with each other?

          • Anonymous

            @Jade – Reading is fundamental. I said “I COULDN’T see that”. And I thanked Thom for clarifying it for me. Now run along.

  • Jonathan Gamilis via Facebook

    More like owners dressed as their dogs