Smile. It's a Hangdog.
Hangdog is home to artist and writer Megan Anderson. Using an iPad, an Apple pencil and a light touch, she creates things for discerning dog lovers: small batch prints, cool dog tees, adorable dog cards, hard-hitting interviews with dogs.
The Hangdog style is playful but understated. Think subdued colours and painterly marks, with character that makes your heart burst. Think quality, too. The fine art prints are professionally made with archival inks and paper, giving them a life span of about 700 dog years.
Meg’s background as a feature writer and magazine editor informs Hangdog’s wordy bits, including the quirky book, Word of Dog (Fremantle Press, 2019). In it, the complex inner lives of dogs are laid bare. There’s more of this on the blog, where the thinking pooches tell all.
Hangdog HQ is in Fremantle, Western Australia. Indi is in charge.
“You capture dogs’ character like nobody else. Hangdog never fails to make me smile. Love it!”
"I am rarely moved enough to put pen to paper... your book Word of Dog has made me laugh with a pure joy not encountered for some years. You are an exceptional talent with a wonderful sense of humour."
"There's no book quite like Word of Dog. I think about dogs very differently now!"
“Everyone loves the print. Tears all round – thank you!”
“I really don’t see what all the hoo-ha is about.”