Gloomy Portraits Of Dogs That Seem To Fade Into The Paper – Design You Trust

Gloomy Portraits Of Dogs That Seem To Fade Into The Paper

Endre Penovác is world-wide renown for his paintings of black cats. What may be less known is his obvious love for dogs. He has 3 dogs so he is intimately acquainted with the nature of ’man’s best friends’.

Although simplification is very important in Endre’s art he is able to capture perfectly the true identity of dogs. He brings them to life with his breathtaking technique in these pencil drawings, watercolor and ink paintings. His dogs so instinctively and lovingly stroked that you can feel their wet noses, the softness of their messy fur and the warmth of their bodies just by looking at them.

More info: Endre Penovác, Facebook (h/t: boredpanda)

If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Oh, Design You Trust,' our brand new Facebook page! Trust me, you won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

Butts on Things: Illustrator Brian Cook Draws Butts on Everything
Illustrations Of Pop Culture Characters By EFIX Blend Into Walls And Sidewalks
Sensitive and Emotional Portrait Paintings by Nina Milke
A Gruesome Living Billboard, Swarmed By The Undead, Popped Up In London
Artist Unveils A Monumental Pen & Ink Drawing Nearly 3.5 Years In The Making
"Against The Resistance": The Superb Digital Concept Artworks By Florian De Gesincourt
"Eaters Of The Dead": The Outstanding, Totally Creepy And Nightmarish Pagan Artworks By Yuri Hill
Trees Grow From Bricks And A Storefront On The Streets Of New York
Boston Artist Matthew Zaremba Has Used Art and Instagram to Process Reality and Capture His Feelings
A French Artist Adds His Touch to Dull Street Objects, And We Wish We Had Heroes Like Him in Every City
Excellent Pencil Drawing Of Cars By The 15-Year-Old Boy From Russia
An Alien Planet Of Candy-Like Rocks And Plants By David Brodeur
Lovely Vintage Photos Capture People With Their Cats In The Early 20th Century
The Most Uplifting Post On The Net
Art Nouveau Iconostasis: Paintings by Mitch Griffiths
Designer Ekaterina Teterkina
The Graphic Designer Reworking Fashion’s Most Iconic Logos
This Is How Surrealism, Sweetness, and Eroticism Are Linked - The Beautiful Bizarre Art by Relm
Amazing Bike Made of Ice
"Emptiness": Existential Russia in Surreal Artworks of Ksenia Gudkova
"Next Day You'll be Okay"
"Always Moving Under the Surface": Organic Typography by Alex Ortiga
Absolutey Stunning Artworks And Funny Soviet Posters In The Pin-Up Style By Valery Barykin
This Guy Used AI To Colorize Hollywood Stars Of The Golden Age And Here's What He Got In Only A Few Seconds