Dogs and graffiti make a pretty cool mix. I’ve been obsessed with graffiti artwork for years and even purchased a knockoff Alec Monopoly piece on Etsy not too long ago.

Look at this adorable dog patiently being photographed in front of some graffiti artwork in Brisbane (which has the most magnificent artwork all around the city).

This digital artwork piece is really cool and I’m currently using it as my laptop wallpaper.

Chances are you’ve seen some of Jamie Pflughoeft’s work before — she’s the talent behind Seattle’s Cowbelly Pet Photography, and she’s one of the best in the biz. (You can check out her amazing images here.) Jamie started a personal project in the fall of 2008 called the Graffiti Dogs Project, and she’s amassing a really cool portfolio of dogs alongside some of Seattle’s best street art.

You can check out more cool images and read about Jamie’s Graffiti Dogs project on the Cowbelly blog.

And if you happen to be a pet photographer yourself, you might be interested in another project Jamie’s recently launched, the Beautiful Beasties Pet Photography Network. It’s an online forum for pet photographers to network, share images and ideas, and educate one another on running a successful pet photography business.

These photos also remind me of a hot dog joint in California called Graffiti Dogs. If you’re ever in the Modesto area, give them a try. It’s a throwback to the old hot dog joints of yesteryear. Lots of cool car memorabilia around too.