When your canine has a bigger personality than the body size, you got to help him look as he feels, That’s what artist Mitch Boyer does. He enlarges his pup usig photo-illustration techniques and visual effects, to make him look as big as he is (6 feet). Mitch started working on ‘Vivian the Dog Moves to Brooklyn’, which is a children’s book about a big dachshund’s relocation to the big city.
The whole idea behind this book, was based on their personal experience as an owner and pup since they had to move a through years. And now, after 2 years in Brooklyn the have decided to stay. Knowing that millions of kids from age 1 and 9 have to move with their families, this book it’s supposed to support them through his journey.
This 32-page book tell their story of moving from Albuquerque, New Mexico to Brooklyn, where Vivian feels like she is a big as the city she lives in. In some of those pictures, you can see her so huge barely fitting the room.
Mitch started raising money for the publication via Kickstarter, and now is aiming to reach the goal of $20,000. These funds will go towards the printing, traveling to Albuquerque, and finding and paying an animal actor to play Vivian’s costar character named Lulu. To show your support go pay a visit here.