Four & Sons reaches its 5th birthday and 10th issue, which surely means that it's now 35 years old in dog years? The birthday is marked by a beautiful issue full of contemporary canine curiosities, including some brilliant illustrated content. There are the park personality types from the pen of Faye Moorhouse, the fluffed up pooches and petite sculptures of Kamwei Fong, Jay Howell's freaky furry friends and the Charlie Brown / Snoopy mash ups from the mind of Ken Kagami.
Dogs + Culture = Four & Sons. A sum of many, beautiful, pooch-shaped parts.
If you could have a conversation with a dog, real or fictional, which one would you choose. F&S asks the question of some of its talented writers, illustrators and photographers.