This is your chance to purchase one of eight unique Magis Puppy sculptures and support the fight against breast cancer.
September 26th, 2008
All the puppies have been sold! The campaign has raised a total of $4466 for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Stay tuned to find out a bit about the puppies and their new homes.
To raise money for Breast Cancer research, six respected design firms and one Brisbane school have created eight very different looking plastic puppies.
Sponsored by ECC Lighting + Furniture the puppy4life campaign set the task for the different groups to transform their white Magis Puppies into new individual creations.
On display at the ECC showroom during Brisbane Indesign, the puppies are now up for Auction on eBay. These are one-off designer pieces and all proceeds will go to the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF).
You can also purchase limited edition Pink Puppies from ECC Lighting + Furniture, with all profits donated to the NBCF. Contact the Brisbane showroom firstname.lastname@example.org
Fortitude Valley State School
This Puppy has been decorated entirely by the students at Fortitude Valley State School, with guidance from the Aboriginal artist Rick Roser.
Inspired by the constellation Canis Major – one of the dogs following Orion the hunter and contains Sirius, the brightest star in the night sky- this Puppy could be the light of your life!
Cottee Parker Interiors
This Puppy is painted with a special hypercolour paint, purple and pink. Inspired by the Breast Cancer Foundation’s fight against cancer.
Lamp Shade Puppy
studioplus (entrant 1)
Inspired by ‘I wish, I wish, I wish I was… I wish I was a horse.’
Rocking Horse Puppy
Studioplus (entrant 2)
This puppy was inspired by the sentence, ‘I wish, I wish, I wish I was… I wish I was a horse, me too.’
This entrant won the people’s choice award at Brisbane Indesign 08. Inspired by the story of a boy and his shaggy dog.
This Puppy was inspired by ‘Fortune Puppy’.
This Puppy is based on the ‘pupular’ wind up toys, first made by by Leonardo Da Vinci in the 1500s.
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