A few nice Celebrity Dogs images I found:
Image by Mirka23
At the afterparty of a comedy show called "Clash of the Titans" in Los Angeles 2002. The show had performances by The Kids in the Hall, Janeane Garofalo, Triumph the insult comic dog, and Mr. Show. This encompasses most of my favorite comedians of all time. And then I got to go to the afterparty and meet them!
On most of these pictures I used a red eye filter to remove the red eye, but that is not true of Dave in this photo. I think this will give you some clue as to why – Dave told me that they "tried to stay sober until the show started." I asked him "How did that work out for you?" and he just shrugged impishly.
Stella Vine, Museum of Modern Art Oxford
Image by Martin Beek
STELLA VINE: paintings
17 JULY TO 23 SEPTEMBER MOMA OXFORD
‘Her colours are a cake-maker’s – girlie pinks, Alice-band blues – and the way she writes on her pictures has been learnt from a bakery. But there is something there, nevertheless: a combination of empathy and cynicism that can be startling’
The Sunday Times
Stella Vine’s paintings are exuberant, funny and irreverent. She is notorious for her portraits of Kate Moss and disturbing images of Princess Diana and the heroin victim Rachel Whitear, but she also paints her mother and her son from photographs and memory. Stella Vine: paintings is the first opportunity to see a major exhibition of her work. Many rarely seen paintings will be on display. New work, made especially for the exhibition, includes a series of paintings of Princess Diana.
Born in 1969 in Northumberland, Stella Vine studied painting part-time at Hampstead School of Art in 1999. Her work has been included in solo and group exhibitions in the UK and internationally, notably ‘New Blood’ at the Saatchi Gallery in 2004 when she first came to public attention. Stella Vine currently lives and works in London.
A limited edition, illustrated hardback book has been specially created by the artist with designers FUEL. Essay by Germaine Greer.
‘Diana and her demons, Kate and cocaine, Jose Mourinho and his dog. Is any subject too raw for this notorious artist?’
Waldemar Januszczak, The Sunday Times Magazine, June 2007