Four&Sons 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.
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.
Four&Sons Issue 4 is out now. In our (almost) eponymous issue, we learn about musical canine freestyle, the powerful snouts of a working dog, and how to turn a debilitating ‘black dog’ into a positive force. We talk to creatives about ruddy pit bulls, homeless mutts, hyperactive sheep dogs, and...
Four&Sons Issue 3 is available now. In our third issue, we talk to over 20 dog-loving creative types and one legendary Tokyo groomer. We learn about street mutts and hunting dogs, LA gang members and bully breeders, hound-headed humans and wild coyotes. We get inspired by Snoopy, Givenchy’s muse and...
In issue 2 of Four & Sons, we visit creatives and their canine muses at work and play: designer Thakoon Panichgul on the eve of Fashion Week, artist Wes Lang in his paint-splattered studio, and indie darling Carrie Brownstein on Portlandia’s off season. We feature dark arts (Roger Ballen) and...