Funny Dogs

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J. C. Suares, Jane Martin
Welcome Enterprises, 1995 - Humor - 79 pages
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Welcome Enterprises published J.C. Suares' Funny Cats and Funny Dogs in 1995. These hilarious collections of photographs, anecdotes and zany illustrations were instant best-sellers and demanded repeat performances. Now there are six little gems in this series and greeting cards to boot! Here are our canine and feline friends at their very best -- funny, loving, oh-so-cool, or simply fat -- as portrayed by such renowned photographers as Mary Ellen Mark and Robin Schwartz and writers including Rudyard Kipling and Mark Twain. These titles are delightful and irresistible -- over 475,000 copies in print in three languages proves it!

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About the author (1995)

J. C. Suares was a graphic designer and illustrator. During his lifetime, he designed or redesigned numerous publications including New York, the New York Times, and Variety. His illustrations also appeared in numerous publications including the New Yorker, Atlantic, and Publishers Weekly. He designed, wrote and illustrated more than 100 books including Hollywood Dogs, Funny Babies, Manhattan, Art of the Times, The Hollywood Dictionary, Sexy Dogs, and The Big Book of Cats. He died of a bacterial heart infection on July 30, 2013 at the age of 71.

Jane Roland Martin is Professor of Philosophy, Emerita, University of Massachusetts, Boston.

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