Last weekend saw an opportunity to take a look around My Dog Sighs art studio as part of the Created in Portsmouth Art and Craft Trail. If you were lucky enough to be local it was a treat for the eyes that not only included the latest from My Dog Sighs but also an insight into the working space of M-One who shares part of the studio and a number of artists including Id-iom and SP Zero 76 who have decorated the walls. If, however, like me you do not live nearby you either had to take a long drive or rely on someone to write a photo heavy blog post about it. Well here it is, a little look around the studio of My Dog Sighs affectionately known as The Dog House.
It would be very easy to just blow you away with photos of all the latest prints and artwork from My Dog Sighs but I wanted to take a closer look so here you will also see some of the more obscure items that are scattered throughout the 4 room studio.
Lets start by blowing you away with some of his latest artwork and (sold out) prints.
MY DOGS MERCH
THE MAIN STUDIO
As you walk up the stairs to the studio the first thing you see is the front door adorned with stickers from artists from all over the world.
Turn the corner and you are in the studio.
M-ONE STUDIO SPACE
Moving through into the next room it becomes clear that M-One occupies this area.
Perhaps the most striking part of this area is the huge water feature.
the spray room
LUCKY, LUCKY, LUCKY BOY
As you can imagine My Dog Sighs inspires a lot of young artists to pick up a brush and start painting. Just like this young enthusiast who only wanted to show MDS his artwork but ended up being offered a piece of original art as a trade.
JUST FOR FUN
Couldn't help myself, I had to stage a little photo opportunity.
Hope you enjoyed the photos. Thanks for opening up the studio Guvnor.
Head of cutting out and colouring in at Korporate Industries.