If you thought art was only for humans, we’ve got news for you. Dominic Wilcox opened the world’s first art exhibition for dogs – ‘Play More’.
“Just because dogs can’t speak our human language doesn’t mean they don’t feel the same emotions and enjoy seeing and experiencing new and interesting things,” Wilcox said. “Since humans have so many art galleries to visit I thought it’s a good time to create an exhibition just for them.”
Titled ‘Play More’, the exhibition was open for just 2 days in London last week. It featured a bunch of interactive installations that helped stimulate the four-legged furballs physically and mentally. From a dog bowl-shaped ball pool to an open car window simulator to a screen that simulates a frisbee bouncing around a screen – this was the place to be for any pup. Check out some pics from the event below.
Last week, Dominic Wilcox opened the world’s first art exhibition for dogs
It features paintings that employ colors within dogs’ visual spectrum and are hung at their eye level
A 10-feet-wide dog bowl
Filled with 1,000 dog food-shaped balls
For the pups to play in