But, in the end, they are the necessary force behind her art.
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Back in the day, pinup models donned their victory rolls to boost wartime spirits. Now, they do it to advocate for a much-maligned dog breed. Deirdre Franklin, the founder of Pinups for Pitbulls, explains how a burlesque hobby evolved into a life-saving non-profit.
The founder of indie fashion brand Lisa Says Gah! says George made starting over on her own feel possible. Now, if only she could get him to model one of her wildly popular pet sweaters...
The dreamy hues of the visual artist’s work reflect the magic found in quiet moments. Something kitties appreciate, too.
No matter their star status, all of Rona’s clients are classified as “cozy bears.”
The Baja East creative director might call the shots at work, but at home, Donatella is The Boss.
Whether she’s painting her “demons” or illustrating for Marc Jacobs, the artist is constantly pushing herself to new heights — all with her Husky by her side.
The songwriter has her pup, Georgia, to thank for her new depths of vulnerability on Crybaby, Tegan and Sara’s new album.
The musician’s pup (and love-song muse), Padmé, dabbles a bit in the art of...revenge.
The New York fashion icon’s Poodle is often recognized more often than her.
The abstract artist on how her rescue pup, Sam, photobombed a video project and inspired a brand-new line of dog products.
The fashion veteran talks about how her muse, Shuggie, inspired her home decor and custom wedding accessories.
The model, activist, and musician on his activism philosophy: “I’ve always been drawn to those who have been left behind, forgotten, misunderstood. I relate to them on a very deep, personal level. No matter how different you are, everyone deserves a chance.”
Her serendipitous cat adoption story is just as otherworldly.
Send Etsy suggestions her way.
The Grammy-nominated producer, DJ, and lover of cats and dogs thinks oft-misunderstood felines just need better publicity (she even wrote a song for hers).
Talk about finding inspiration everywhere.
Or a pool. Or the ocean.
Don’t we all.