Beyond the Fur
These series of works are the manifestation of dog’s influence over humanity and vice versa. Possessing both canine and human qualities, the creator and creations mutually influence each other. There’s universality in anthropomorphism because it manifests itself throughout cultures all over the world. Ranging from the Egyptian God Anubis, who was part-dog to the Aztec god Xolotl, who was also part dog. Anthropomorphism is a natural way that humans have used to accentuate qualities that other animals possess. The most extreme examples would be the Furry Fandom. Where people adopt Fursonas that become an extension to themselves, Dogs being among the most popular. Humans throughout history have shaped their identity through dogs. The relationship between humans and canines has been closely observed. Dogs literally have shaped themselves around humans, transitioning from wolves to Pomeranians. Dogs have developed barks and body signals used only for humans. It’s a human invention that soon reaches a convergence point where the creation also influences the creator; the prime example would be Furries that revolves around anthropomorphism.
Educational Poster of Furry Dialect and Lingo
The Primordial Sea 'fur' Creation