Since she was a girl, Leslie Oschmann longed for two things: a dog of her own, and the chance to make things by hand every day. With her impeccable creative taste, Oschmann became a successful visual director. But something was still missing. She bravely cut her safety net, moved to the Netherlands, and adopted a terrier named McDuff. Soon she was creating art by hand again, always with her trusty four-legged friend at her side for inspiration and laughs.
In this beautiful book, Oschmann shares a collection of photo montages that celebrate the most amusing and important moments from her journey of self-discovery, featuring McDuff in the starring role. The result is an irresistible gift book for anyone who has ever suspected that a dog might be the answer to all of life’s important questions.
|Dimensions||203 × 254 mm|
Leslie Oschmann is an artist and maker known for her creative eye and her passion for working with her hands. She served as the visual director for Anthropologie, during which time the company increased from 10 stores to 80. After eight years, she left her job to move to the Netherlands, her father's home country, where she began collecting objects found at markets in Europe and transforming them into decor and artwork. With her canine muse, McDuff, she is the founder of Swarm Home.