Four & Sons Magazine Issue 5 is out now. In this issue we learn about memorial tattoos, lucky dæmons, surfing dogs, and top models (of the four-legged kind, of course). We read about the heartbreaking power of missing-pet posters and the brotherly bond between humans and working dogs. We meet purebreds and mutts alike, as well as a zestful husky named after a legendary rock band. We take a stroll in Prospect Park before travelling to San Francisco, a city with more dogs per capita than children. We meet an artist turning each dog walk into a creative opportunity, and a photographer cracking smiles with the help of peanut butter. We explore the weird and wonderful world of pet names and the meaning of Keith Haring’s iconic Barking Dog. All this, and more, inside the covers.
Covering art, design, fashion, music and lifestyle, Four & Sons Magazine brings together an eclectic mix of inspiring ‘dog-centric’ content to dog-lovers passionate about culture and creativity. Like most, we love fresh new content yet, Four & Sons is committed to bring you the best insight into everything dog-related, and that sometimes means looking a bit further back. Curated with a strong editorial approach and written by people who find dogs a constant source of inspiration. Four & Sons Magazine was founded by Marta Roca. She is forever amazed by the strange and wonderful bond between dogs and humans. A designer by trade, she also fancies herself the editor of Four & Sons. Marta loves black and white and everything typographic. If she was a dog, she would definitely be a Dalmatian. And if someone had the courage to do a biopic about her, Woody Allen would probably take on the title role.
Javier Ayuso, Paul Croes, Eddy de Azevedo, Langley Fox, Travis Gillett, Keith Haring, Takashi Homma, Joseph O. Holmes, Bob Hope, Miju Lee, Greg Murray, Inge Nelis, Ian Phillips, Vija Rhodes, Ash Sherman, David Shrigley and the Smith Street Tattoo Parlour.