What happens when the graphic arts meet a love for canine friends? We get the dog collages by Peter Clark, made from a wide range of collected pieces of paper. Peter Clark is essentially a painter in paper, using textured, patterned, block-colored or typed pieces of paper, in order to create his colorful pieces. He employs pieces of old maps and manuscripts, adds multiple layers wherever he needs depth or shadow, and tears the papers up in particular ways whenever he wants to achieve dynamic lines or give off the impression of movement. There’s a lot of light-hearted humor in his caricature-like rendition of dogs, and, as per the project description, Peter Clark’s pieces “use mark-making in an innovative and humorous way to create a collection of beasts and clothing which exude character and wit.” What other breed would you have liked to see featured in this series?