Here at BarkPost, we see our fair share of aww-worthy puppy videos and dog-related products while puppies like Gustavo run around the pawffice, taunting us with their insanely adorable antics:
Not to say we’re all jaded by dog stuff, but it takes next-level cuteness to make us squeal with delight at this point. We’re pretty much bombarded with all things puppies all day (nights and weekends, too).
But when we got a glimpse of Lili Chin’s charming posters depicting dog breeds categorized by location, we got excited. And by “we got excited”, I mean I sent the link to the BarkPost team with just one word in the subject line: WANT.
You guys. This is probably the worst thing that could’ve happened to my bank account this month.
Lili Chin, the mastermind behind the “Dogs of the World” series, has been a professional artist for 15 years and this poster series isn’t the first dog-centric work she’s done. She launched Doggie Drawings in 2008 as a way to raise money for Boston Buddies, the rescue organization from which she adopted her pup Boogie. Using proceeds from Doggie Drawings, she has managed to donate over $13K to rescue groups.
In addition to cool projects like those pictured above, Lili also creates custom portraits of dogs, for sale through her Etsy shop.
Not just super cute, Lili’s work can also be informative. Check out this poster of things you should keep away from your pooch:
In case you’re not already completely head-over-paws in ruv with Lili and her work, she also keeps an ice cream blog. Complete with recipe cards in her illustration style. Behold:
h/t to demilked