Next week, Singapore will host the world's first animal art show -- an adorable interactive experience in which the art has been specifically curated for cats and dogs.
A fence with a peephole called Peek-a-Pooch encourages dogs to stick their heads out, creating an interesting visual for the guests, who are welcomed to reward the dogs with treats. A large knitted sculpture dubbed the Cat's Belly serves as the perfect spot for feline friends to lounge, once again, producing an interestingly effortless aesthetic. Throughout the 10 installations at PAW-sitive: Interactive art for pets by Wellness, animals are encouraged to interact with sounds and smells in unique ways, producing an immersive environment for dogs and cats to explore organically, without human interruption.
The PAW-sitive Animal Art Show Features Installations for Dogs and Cats
Ellen Smith — September 27, 2017 — Art & Design
References: wellnesspetfood.sg & thehoneycombers