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    A design studio has launched its own dogs of war – by cleverly blending iconic Second World War planes with their canine counterparts. London-based INK created the impressive images by pairing a Spitfire with a Beagle, a Golden Retriever with a Wellington Bomber and a Schnauzer with a German bi-plane.


    Wellington bomber with Golden Retreiver camoflage. A design studio has launched its own dogs of war – by cleverly blending iconic Second World War planes with their canine counterparts. (Photo by BNPS)




    Wellington bomber with Golden Retreiver camoflage. A design studio has launched its own dogs of war – by cleverly blending iconic Second World War planes with their canine counterparts. (Photo by BNPS)


    Wellington bomber with Golden Retreiver camoflage. A design studio has launched its own dogs of war – by cleverly blending iconic Second World War planes with their canine counterparts. (Photo by BNPS)




    German WW1 fighter camoflaged as a Schnauzer. London-based INK created the impressive images by pairing a Spitfire with a Beagle, a Golden Retriever with a Wellington Bomber and a Schnauzer with a German bi-plane. (Photo by BNPS)




    German WW1 fighter camoflaged as a Schnauzer. London-based INK created the impressive images by pairing a Spitfire with a Beagle, a Golden Retriever with a Wellington Bomber and a Schnauzer with a German bi-plane. (Photo by BNPS)


    German WW1 fighter camoflaged as a Schnauzer. London-based INK created the impressive images by pairing a Spitfire with a Beagle, a Golden Retriever with a Wellington Bomber and a Schnauzer with a German bi-plane. (Photo by BNPS)




    Spitfire camoflaged as a Beagle. The intricate 3D drawings re-imagine key aspects from each plane into recognizable dog features. (BNPS)




    Spitfire camoflaged as a Beagle. The intricate 3D drawings re-imagine key aspects from each plane into recognizable dog features. (BNPS)


    Spitfire camoflaged as a Beagle. The intricate 3D drawings re-imagine key aspects from each plane into recognizable dog features. (Photo by BNPS)

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[Dogfighters]


A design studio has launched its own dogs of war – by cleverly blending iconic Second World War planes with their canine counterparts. London-based INK created the impressive images by pairing a Spitfire with a Beagle, a Golden Retriever with a Wellington Bomber and a Schnauzer with a German bi-plane.


Wellington bomber with Golden Retreiver camoflage. A design studio has launched its own dogs of war – by cleverly blending iconic Second World War planes with their canine counterparts. (Photo by BNPS)




Wellington bomber with Golden Retreiver camoflage. A design studio has launched its own dogs of war – by cleverly blending iconic Second World War planes with their canine counterparts. (Photo by BNPS)


Wellington bomber with Golden Retreiver camoflage. A design studio has launched its own dogs of war – by cleverly blending iconic Second World War planes with their canine counterparts. (Photo by BNPS)




German WW1 fighter camoflaged as a Schnauzer. London-based INK created the impressive images by pairing a Spitfire with a Beagle, a Golden Retriever with a Wellington Bomber and a Schnauzer with a German bi-plane. (Photo by BNPS)




German WW1 fighter camoflaged as a Schnauzer. London-based INK created the impressive images by pairing a Spitfire with a Beagle, a Golden Retriever with a Wellington Bomber and a Schnauzer with a German bi-plane. (Photo by BNPS)


German WW1 fighter camoflaged as a Schnauzer. London-based INK created the impressive images by pairing a Spitfire with a Beagle, a Golden Retriever with a Wellington Bomber and a Schnauzer with a German bi-plane. (Photo by BNPS)




Spitfire camoflaged as a Beagle. The intricate 3D drawings re-imagine key aspects from each plane into recognizable dog features. (BNPS)




Spitfire camoflaged as a Beagle. The intricate 3D drawings re-imagine key aspects from each plane into recognizable dog features. (BNPS)


Spitfire camoflaged as a Beagle. The intricate 3D drawings re-imagine key aspects from each plane into recognizable dog features. (Photo by BNPS)

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