Thanks to all of you who attended last night's opening of the Danger Dogs at the GhettoGloss Gallery!
Jenny Mollen Biggs judged the costume contest. She and her husband Jason Biggs have been big supporters of the 'Burma - It can't wait' movement, making a YouTube short. See it here.
Peanut came as a skunk.
Edgar and Julie check out the wall. Notice that Govinda's use of reflective tape looks good in the camera flash. That reflective tape would be perfect at the end of a driveway.
This is Bobby Gorgeous. This pup has his own website, twitter, myspace page, facebook account etc. Fortunately, he has not let it go to his head. This little Pomeranian should be in movies! He is perfectly behaved, has an animated face, he's quiet, interested in everything around him, soft as a furry cloud of fluff. He loved wearing this costume -- strutting and shaking his little blowfish costume like a Zeigfield Follies boy. The purple glow is a LED light. Needless to say, this photo does not do justice to Bobby nor his costume, which was clearly the winner.
The exhibit will remain up until the 29th of October. Hope you can find the time to drop by and see these Dogs as they should be seen.
Altogether, it was a good chance for some new people to see the Danger Dogs.
If you would like to immortalize your own pet, please send me a file and I will give that photo to at least 3 different artists in Nepal. You pay only after you choose a portrait of your pet. You get a choice, 3 artists get work, and galleries and museum shops get folk art. Cost of a portrait of your pet on metal by these artists is $250 for one animal per signboard.