BranD 44 – Lost Dog & Cat
BranD 44 | As the single group grows and social aging intensifies, keeping a cat or dog and learning to love and be loved has become urbanite’s best way of life to release pressure, smooth emotions and loneliness. Pet economy has thus started to take shape and is heading to prosperity. Cats and dogs have gained a seat in human society and naturally become a popular design element. Lovely, money-drawing and auspicious, cats have been leading a cat logo boom. Even when you have no idea which restaurant to go, the option of one with cat elements is full of assurance because cats never fake. And you will never fail to find the many cat-themed hotels and stores wherever you are.
Besides the lovely and meek cat, the handsome dogs is also one of the most popular pets. Designer can always grasp dog’s glamorous idiosyncrasy to make more situational product languages.
People can never resist pets’natural emotions, nor products themed on pet elements. Designers focus on this to create series of adorable things not to be missed. BranD Magazine is advance enough to subtly see the shift in design trends and attentively unearth these irresistible visual elements of cat and dog. Keeping pets can soothe our moods. Reading this issue will heal your creativity and giving it as a gift to friends can improve your relationship! So let’s walk with dogs and play hide and seek with cats.
a. Cat-and-dog-themed visual culture presented by globally famous designers and artists.
b. Japanese artists Yoshitomo Nara and Tomo Ando and British artist Andy Shaw. How do they create the most well-known, fashionable and loveliest dogs?
c. Three delightful cover designs with a painting of Japanese artist Tomo Ando.
d. Free cute cat bookmarks.