The Languages of Cats and Dogs

Los Angeles-based artist Lili Chin (featured previously at Neatorama) created posters entitled "Doggie Language" and "Cat Language." The prints illustrate various physical stances of canines and felines and offer interpretations of their meanings. Chin's "Doggie Language" print is done with a personal touch, as it stars her own Boston terrier named Boogie.

The artist's ascribed meanings to each pet posture were done with the input of professionals. For instance, the "Cat Language" poster was created using advice from staff at the Oregon Humane Society. Chin offers free downloads of these two posters and other illustrations on this page of her website. Visit the link to see the full versions of each poster as well as to check out Chin's other work. Via Design Taxi

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