Dog lovers have a funny way of seeing their four-legged friends wherever they go.
For DROOL Issue No. 3 we asked #droolworthy artist John Vogl to create a series of illustrations with this in mind.

John Vogl is a freelance illustrator living in Minneapolis, MN. His work is a mix of digital and traditional illustration, with a focus on evocative detail and a graphic sensibility. He works on a variety of commercial, gallery, and self-published projects. His dog, Loki, is not very useful as a studio assistant, but still very sweet and cute. John’s piece 93 Dogs was used as the cover of DROOL Issue No. 1.

Check out more of John Vogl’s art at
You can also follow him and on Instagram @notjohnvogl.

Love John Vogl as much as we do? We teamed up with John Vogl to produce a limited edition screen printed poster of the DROOL cover featuring 93 Dogs. Each of the 200 posters will be signed and numbered by John. The proceeds raised will be donated to your choice of either Muddy Paws or Road Dogs & Rescue, both featured in Issue 1.

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