Who says humans are the only ones who can take in all the feels while gazing at art? A new exhibition opened up in London, but you won't find the works of Picasso, Dali, or O'Keeffe hanging on its walls. Instead, you'll see everything your favorite pup ever dreamed of.
The dog exhibit, called "Play More," is the brainchild of British inventor, artist, and satirist Dominic Wilcox, who decided man's best friend deserves to have some fun outside of the home and park too.
"Just because dogs can't speak our human language doesn't mean they don't feel the same emotions and enjoy seeing and experiencing new and interesting things," he said.
Those feel-good vibes humans get from doing something active or simply something they enjoy doing is the same for dogs - more time for play means less aggression, depression, and anxiety. That's right, it's not uncommon for pooches to feel down in the dumps.
So, Wilcox made sure to include pieces any dog would roll over for. Paintings and drawings in the exhibit were placed at their eye level and created with colors dogs can see. There's also a video installation that simulates a frisbee flying through the air, a giant ball pit shaped like a dog's food bowl, a grassy area with water fountains, and cars with cut-out windows alongside fans for the pups to feel that amazing breeze.
Can't wait to get your pooch's tail wagging? Mimic the experience and create your own!