Sorry, no puppies in boxes this year, but perhaps a puppy-themed art history book? Or a fat-cat calendar? Check out some of the awesome animal and art history themed stuff we think you should buy for
us your loved ones.
You know your beloved pet deserves to be treated like the work of art they are! How about you cough up the $15 it takes to have Arielle add them to your favorite famous artwork? Every pet could use a little culture. Plus, you can match your pet’s personalities to their painting; cats have a little Ophelia in them and dogs are a little bit blue.
Get these super cute Sartle exclusive stickers of pugs dressed up as famous artists for only $3.50!
What could be better for the cat x art lover than the most graceful cat in all the lands, Svetlana Petrova and Zarathustra the Cat, invading our most treasured paintings like The Arnolfini Portrait by Jan van Eyck, The Reverend Robert Walker Skating on Duddingston Loch by Henry Raeburn, or The Feast of the Bean King by Jacob Jordaens.
There’s a little superhero in all of us, but for ART DOG he’s chasing tennis balls by day and catching criminals by night with his trusty paintbrush! Written and illustrated by Thacher Hurd, there are all sorts of adorable dog puns and art history sight gags.
Children’s book #2 tells the semi-true tale of Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse’s rocky road to friendship … we’re 95% sure they aren’t a pig and bull, but who knows what powers photoshop had back then. Check out When Pigasso Met Mootisse by Nina Laden!
Enjoy and Happy Holidays,