Photo Credit: © Mikael Buck/MORE TH>N

INCREDIBLE: The World’s First Art Exhibit for Dogs [video]

Photo Credit: © Mikael Buck/MORE TH>N

Believe it or not, dogs love art. And the colors they see best are yellow and blue.

British artist Dominic Wilcox created a “canine-centric exhibition,” commissioned by the British insurance company, More Than” (MORE TH>N).

The exhibit was part of a #PlayMore campaign, encouraging people to play with their pets. The artwork is positioned at a dog’s eye level and each has a corresponding scent.

 

 

The show included paintings and interactive constructions– including a dog bowl filled with bowls, an “open car window simulator” and other multi-media installations.

Here are a few:

‘Cruising Canines: This dog enjoys an open car window simulator. A giant fan wafts a dog’’s favorite scents (like raw meat and old shoes).

 

Photo Credit: © Mikael Buck/MORE TH>N
Photo Credit: © Mikael Buck/MORE TH>N

Dinnertime Dreams: George the Daschund and Trebor the labrador love to play in an oversized 10-ft. dog bowl filled to the brim with over 1,000 play balls made to look like dog food.

 

 

Photo Credit: ©Mikael Buck/ MORE TH>N.
Photo Credit: ©Mikael Buck/ MORE TH>N.

 

Frisbee: This multimedia installation simulates a frisbee bouncing around a screen designed to captivate dogs:

This picture: A Springer Spaniel with ‘Catch -A multimedia installation that simulates a frisbee bouncing around a screen designed to captivate dogs. Photo Credit: ©Mikael Buck/ MORE TH>N.
Photo Credit: ©Mikael Buck/ MORE TH>N.

 

And the dogs and their owners loved it!

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