Renowned French visual artist Jean Jullien has captured a range of bad dog habits, from stealing and chasing to begging and biting, in his illustrations for a new card game, Dodgy Dogs.
Fast-paced and family-friendly, it features an array of mischievous mutts and has been created in collaboration with creative games company, Yolky Games.
Released following a successful Kickstarter campaign earlier this year, the game includes speciality cards such as dog whisperer, pick up puppies and the crafty cat, all beautifully illustrated in Julien’s signature, inky drawing style.
Originally from Nantes, Julien now lives and works in London. His eclectic body of work includes ranges from illustration to photography, video, costumes, installations, books, posters and clothing. He has illustrated for Colette, The New Yorker, National Geographic, UNICEF, Eurostar, Majestic Wines, The Wall Street Journal, Transport for London among others, and in 2015, his Peace for Paris image went viral, becoming an iconic symbol of solidarity during a time of fear and unrest.
You can get your paws on Dodgy Dogs for £25 at dodgydogs.com.