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Joe has been a photographer for a bunch of years now. He learned his craft in the six years he spent in Europe. Living in Paris, Milan and London. Then spent a few more years in New York. Travelled the world working and now Joe reside in The City of Angels.

Ryan is a commercial photographer living in Pasadena, CA. When he’s not taking pictures or in the process of another creative endeavor, he’s most likely obsessing about hockey (his favorite sport) or Harley, his adopted cat (who’s really more like a dog). As often as he is able to, he turns his lens away from fashion models and commercial products and focuses on taking striking images of dogs in need of loving homes. One of his personal projects, “Adopt, Don’t Shop” is a series of glamorized portraits of such dogs that shows just how relatable, adoptable, and above all lovable these pups really are.

Brian Ziff, Romanian born and now Los Angeles based is a photographer, director and musician.

Born in Medina del Campo, Spain in 1971, Miguel Pietro Vallinas, advertising and industrial photographer, spends much of his time to his personal work in studying the landscape meaning the pure nature, cityscape, contemporary architecture, portraits, etc. In his photographs seeks to leave no room for improvisation by performing a preliminary study, the light and all those determinants. The technique is central to his work at the time of taking the pictures and in the later work of postproduction. Uses personal issues that arouse interest beyond mere contemplation and thereby intended to seek reflection on the other. We could say that his work is a search for beauty understood through his eyes.

“I love what I do, and do what I love.”

When not shooting he spends his days and nights staring at his cat Trouble gazing deep into her eyes wondering if she can see what he sees.


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“Outside of a dog, a book is man’s best friend. Inside of a dog it’s too dark to read.” ~ GROUCHO MARX “Dogs never bite me. Just humans.” ~ MARILYN MONROE “Animals are my friends...and I don’t eat my friends.” ~ GEORGE BERNARD SHAW “I am fond of pigs. Dogs look up to us. Cats look down on us. Pigs treat us as equals.” ~ WINSTON CHURCHILL “You can judge a man’s true character by the way he treats his fellow animals.” ~ PAUL MCCARTNEY

f you’re a regular reader of SATELLITE – and if you are, we thank you – then you know that our September – October issue is traditionally our pet and animal issue. Last year, we devoted Sep/Oct to pets, especially dogs and cats. This year, we decided to split the difference between woof and hoof, and broaden our horizons. The result is Fauna, one of our more unusual issues. Lion’s tigers and bear... well are just a few of our fury and feathered friends we have features in our September – October Fauna issue. In this special issue we have our usual fashion, culture and design feature, but with a focus on providing first class pet resources and articles of global interests. I hope you will be as wild about this issue as I am.

William Montalvo Editor-In-Chief

“Animals don’t hate, and we’re supposed to be better than them.” ~ ELVIS PRESLEY “We all know interspecies romance is weird.” ~ TIM BURTON

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enech-Soler are an electropop band from Kings Cliffe, Northamptonshire, England, that formed in 2006 and consisting four members: Ross Duffy, Ben Duffy, Daniel Fenech-Soler and Andrew Lindsay. The name Fenech-Soler is taken from Daniel Soler’s full surname, which is Maltese. The band’s sound has been compared to Friendly Fires and Delphic for their “hybrid of summery indie and big dance-inflected melodies” Fenech-Soler’s self-titled debut studio album was released in 2010 and included three singles. The single “Stop and Stare” was named by BBC Radio 1 DJ Greg James as ‘Record of the Week’ and ‘Weekend Anthem’. and Dutch public broadcaster NOS used “Demons” as an anthem for their 2010-11 UEFA Champions League broadcasts. Both “Lies” and “Demons” were playlisted by Radio 1. The band recorded a Radio 1 Live Lounge session for Jo Whiley in February 2011. The band released their second album, Rituals, on 30 September 2013. The release of the album was announced following the announcement of a UK tour, which coincided with the release of the single “Magnetic” in March. The album’s second single, “Last Forever”, was released early in September prior to the album. In addition to their own work, they are also known for their remix work, including a remix of “Self Control” by Sunday Girl, “Kickstarts” by Example,”MY KZ, YR BF” by Everything Everything and “Hollywood” by Marina & The Diamonds. Fenech-Soler cowrote and featured on the Groove Armada track “Paper Romance”, taken from their latest album Black Light. Fenech-Soler have appeared on C4’s EVO Rooms, NME Takeover and BBC Switch.

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Wich brings us to the tatest offering Rituals. Rituals can be divided into the two veins as mentioned above, Last Forever especially (lyric: ‘We can make this last forever, we can waste time together’) being syrupy enough to cause a sugar induced toothache, whilst the band’s experimentations succeed in songs such as Somebody and Fading, the former possessing a rather dirty, hollow sounding bass, whilst the latter slowly grows to quite epic proportions. This is the essence of the exotic merging with technology. The album itself is interspersed with the two interludes of Ritual I and Ritual II, acting as two halves of a whole, with both being ethereal sounding and laced with whimsical vocals, however it is Two Cities which stands out in its subtlety, rippling with almost sombre emotion, yearning for a lost love FenechSoler.co.uk

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Damien Hirst returns to his ‘Natural History’ series with a gilded skeleton of a three-metre tall woolly mammoth, in a colossal steel and glass vitrine. The sculpture forms part of Hirst’s ‘Natural History’ series, which he began in the early 1990s, with work including the shark in formaldehyde, ‘The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living‘ (1991), and the bisected cow and calf, ‘Mother and Child (Divided). The unique piece was donated by the artist, to aid amfAR‘s work in the fight against AIDS. Hirst explained of the piece: “The mammoth comes from a time and place that we cannot ever fully understand. Despite its scientific reality, it has attained an almost mythical status and I wanted to play with these ideas of legend, history and science by gilding the skeleton and placing it within a monolithic gold tank. It’s such an absolute expression of mortality, but I’ve decorated it to the point where it’s become something else, I’ve pitched everything I can against death to create something more hopeful, it is Gone but not Forgotten.” DamienHirst.com

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langkarussell is German for Sound Carousel even though they are an Austrian electronic dance music production group formed in 2011. The two members of the group are Tobias Rieser and Adrian Held. Their biggest hit to date is “Sonnentanz”, which reached the Top 10 in six countries. Before the duo formed, the name “Klangkarussell” referred exclusively to Rieser’s solo work. At the same time, Adrian Held produced electronic music under the artist name i herald, a partial anagram of his real name. In 2011, the two artists produced their first songs together under the name “Heldenklang” (German: “Hero Sound”). Soon after, they began using Rieser’s moniker Klangkarussell to refer to their ongoing collaboration. In June 2012 the duo released their debut single “Sonnentanz”. The song peaked at number 3 in Austria, number 3 in Belgium, number 170 in France, number 4 in Germany, number 1 in the Netherlands and number 3 in Switzerland. A new version of the song was released in the United Kingdom on 18 August 2013, featuring vocals from Will Heard. In 2014 they released their second single “Netzwerk (Falls Like Rain)”. Then they released their debut studio album Netzwerk, which includes all three of the singles. Their new single within a very short time seems to find significant ‘appeal ‘. The instrumental version was clicked on YouTube a long time ago about a million times and all eyes have since focused on the newly produced vocal track. Klang Karussell are leaving room for vocal brilliance on their new single that they already demonstrated impressively with the Sonnentanz collaboration (Sun Do not Shine) feat. Will Heard . “Netzwerk ( Falls Like Rain ) “ certainly contributes the same handwriting and ties seamlessly with the producer qualities. The single is an equally atmospherical , as well as danceable summer anthem that gives our rhythm a little extra forward momentum. Klangkarussell.com

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that produce healthy food. They sow, plant and harvest according to the moon, sun and plants. The farm itself is a living organism. All living things on the farmare reused and recycled back into the land. They beleive in that food starts with the soil it’s grown in. The compost, which they refer to as Super(ior) Soil, is made on the land using biodynamic standards. Only the purest ingredients are used, Dairy cows have unparalleled digestive systems that create nutient filled manure. Alfalfa, deeply rooted, brings vital minerals to the mix. Using this soil guarantees sowing the most delicious harvest according to the team at One Gun Ranch. Everything grown their is chemical free, additive free, hormone free and pesticide free. Homeopathic preparations such as yarrow, chamomile, stinging nettel, oak bark, dandelions, horsetail and valerian flowers are layerd into theie compost. Making it healing and transformative. They say it’s the best for all your healthy food to taste superb. issue

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Their Secret Garden provides a haven for children and alults to experiance layering compost, using the biodynamic technique. In the garden they grow corn, beans, squash, rare peppers, herbs, baby vegetables and pumpkins which they use to make a delicious harvest soup in their Camfire Kitchen. You can learn how to appriciate healthy food and ciltivate a deep understanding of harvesting, cooking and consuming clean foods. They will teach youhow to garden in your backyard or blacony using the biodynamis methods. One Gun Ranch’s garden is a hub of learning. They invite children of all ages to learn about the benifits of a healthy lifestyle and develope an understanding od health and enviormental stewardship. They are community driven with the goal of building a sustainable, fram-tofolk collaberation in Malibu. They have fundraising events to support children and animal in need. One Gun Ranch is an extroidinary place to expeiance. 1GunRanch.com p.

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and found that friends and family were really liking his early efforts and requesting more. He also discovered he loved the art of brewing. Three years, a lot of unbelievable, inspiring help from the great people around him and a ton of hard work later, he figured out how to make full potency kombucha delicious consistently, tried over 200 teas, fermented over 60, built a full working factory from the ground up and a thousand and one other nuances of brewing, all through trial and error. One day he had an epiphany: “I will dedicate myself to making the best tasting, most healthful kombucha I can, I will take photos of homeless

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dogs, put them on the labels and try to help them find homes.” So that’s what he’s doing. “We invite you to join us as we move forward in our mission and taste the difference that passion, and a little compassion, can make. We are incredibly proud of what is happening here at Kombucha Dog.” Every Kombucha Dog label features a local dog in need of a home..... right now.....today! By working with local fostering programs, each dog pictured on our label is available for adoption and can be contacted through their website. So far over 30 dogs have been adopted. Each batch of Kombucha Dog they brew will have new labels showing different dogs in need of loving homes. KombuchaDog.com

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hideaway deluxe and pet house inspired by the design and function of classic mid 20th century storage credenzas they’ve paired their most popular Standard Cabinet with the Compact II Cabinet to conveniently disguise unsightly litter pans and reduce litter tracking. Additionally, this set can be used as a place for your modern cat (or dog) to play, perch or sleep while fitting into your home’s modern décor.

Crystal built Modernist Cat on the idea that the ways we incorporate our pet’s needs into our home is an opportunity for added beauty rather than a problem of hiding an eyesore. She’s taken litter box covers, dog crates, scratching posts, pet beds, and even food and water dishes and made them into gorgeous high-quality furniture that serves our human needs and desires too. It’s why her slogan is, “made for pets. designed for you.”

Cat Console (below) is a cat scratcher and console table. Perfect for any room in your home and ideal for small spaces. This dual-purpose console attaches to any wall for support, providing a sleek and functional solution for keeping important items at hand while giving your modern kitty the ultimate place to perch and scratch. There is a custom-fit scratch pad surfaces that are replaceable if they become worn or if you want to change the color to switch up your décor.

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refresh our brains. It’s worked wonders so far. S: Any influences or anyone you look up to when it comes to your work? D&Y: We’re influenced by everyone and everything around us, especially in the city we live in. When we feel stuck, we walk out to the streets of NYC or go people watching. S: You have a Tunblr site now any plans for a e-commerce site for the fans of your work? D&Y: We’re working on a few projects to expand our website and we’re keen to spread more giggles around the globe. S: Describe yourselves in 5 words. D&Y: Dog CEO and two poopscoopers. S: Lastly, any words of advice for aspiring pet clothes designers? D&Y: Yes. It’s a dog’s world out there. Go forth! MenswearDog.tumblr.com no.

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Maude(left) and Wynken(right) had a pretty bad life! They both were thrown over the fence in the middle of the night at a high kill pound in the middle of winter! Maude is a 6 year old chihuahua weighing in and 6 pounds. She is amazing with all other dogs and good with kids too! Wynken is Maude’s son-he is a teeny tiny little man tipping the scales at 3 pounds! Wynken is 4 years old and such a ham! These 2 are so bonded that they need to be adopted together, now who doesn’t want 9 pounds total of LOVE?

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Abel is a 4 year old 4 pound chihuahua and even tho he only has one eye that doesn’t stop him from being a total Cassanova. He has PLENTY of LOVE to give you. Abel loves all animals, kids and people too. He is the perfect little lap dog and a mellow little guy to boot. Can’t you just see him in a little pirate costume while binge watching old Johnny Depp movies?

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ntellectually and visually stimulating, this book is much more than just a bunch of dog pictures. This exceptional book features the work of numerous famous photographers and artists (from Picasso to Man Ray, Ralph Gibson to Eric Fischl, Wolfgang Tillmans to David Salle, and of course Elliott Erwitt and William Wegman), as well as captivating essays on the presence of dogs in the history of photography and their relations with man. Spanning over 150 years, this book chronicles the life and times of man and dog. Taschen.com

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tephen Creen-Armytage, author/ photographer of Abrams’ enchanting Dudley: The Litter Terrier that Could, has now produced a unique adult book, introducing the bizarre and beautiful world of exotic ornamental chickens. His startling pictures present an international selection of breeds ranging from the Bearded Silkie and the crested Polish to the majestic Phoenix, whose tail feathers can exceed 10 feet in length. Chickens of all sizes, shapes, and colors parade through these pages, as Green-Armytage captures the surprising and expressive personality of these amazing birds. For breeders, this will be a volume they must own; for everyone else, it will be a revelation, prized for the sheer enjoyment of the striking photographs and the extraordinary animals they portray. BarnesAndNoble.com

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his unique biography of Ernest Hemingway, illustrated with more than two hundred photographs, reveals the legendary writer’s affinity for the companion animals he kept throughout his lifetime. BarnesAndNoble.com

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ONE COLLECTION: ANIMALS will feature a wide selection of animal skeletons and informative facts so kids can learn about the anatomy of their favorite animals. Featuring fullcolor photos and illustrations throughout, it will be just creepy enough to appeal to kids without being scary. From tiny animals like bats to large animals like lions, kids will discover what lies beneath their favorite animal’s skin

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nimal takes into account the latest scientific discoveries and developments, more than 50 new species, and changes to the distribution, population numbers, and conservation status of many animal groups. Phaidon.com

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ne of the best at the art of wildlife photography presents a year of his work in an informative and visually remarkable diary. From January’s visit to India (and its magnificent tigers) to March’s Arctic journey (where a sleeping polar cub lies atop its mother) to December’s African safari (leopards, jackals, hyenas), each month includes valuable information on planning a trip, packing equipment, and taking the actual shot. Almost every page features breathtaking examples of the author’s pictures, and special boxed tips focus on shooting in lowlight, selecting film stock, capturing silhouettes, and more. Digital cameras, underwater photography, macro lenses, coping with weather and its effects, and producing scans: it’s all here, along with advice on photographing wildlife close to home. Amazon.com


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