Monthly Archives: July 2011

Weekend Reader

From the books on our desks: With a Phd in Cognitive Science, Alexandra Horowitz has studied how information is processed in the mind of humans, rhinos, bonobos, and dogs. Her recent book, Inside of a Dog, presents fascinating ideas about why dogs behave … Continue reading

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Designing for Gen Y

Heather Lewis, a partner here at Animal Arts, has researched and written an article about the habits of Generation Y as consumers. As this generation is coming of age, it’s important to have an understanding of how they could benefit your … Continue reading

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Architecture as Graphic Icon

Josef Schulz, a Dusseldorf based photgrapher, has been capturing common roadside buildings through his lens since he was in college. In this series, he strips all defining elements from industrial buildings turning them into graphic icons; transforming reality into abstraction. His mentor in … Continue reading

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Design Efficiency Into Your Building

If you’re thinking of building a new practice or have started to think about the efficiency of your current one, Mark Hafen, principal of Animal Arts Design Studio, has written an article that can help. Mark has broken potential areas of … Continue reading

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Upstate Veterinary Specialists Animal Hospital Photo Tour

A photo tour of one of our projects, Upstate Veterinary Specialists, in Greenville, SC can be viewed below: To learn more about them go here: Upstate Veterinary Specialists To learn more about us go here: Animal Arts Design Studio

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Dog or Wild Animal?

From the CNN article linked below, the Chinese have been dyeing their pets for some time, even holding competitions, but the latest fad, dyeing their companions to look like other animals, seems to be catching on. Hopefully, they are doing this … Continue reading

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Congratulations Joplin Humane Society!

At what’s being called the biggest adoption event in the Midwest, an astounding 739 animals were adopted from the Joplin Humane Society Adopt-a-Thon in Joplin, Missouri. This was an enormous event, with hundreds of volunteers and weeks of planning leading to lots … Continue reading

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