Yeah, yeah, yeah. We know. You think little Taco (or Coco, or whatever Barkus McGruff is going by these days) is a four-legged masterpiece.And now others will, too, starting with (and thanks to) photographer Michael Faye and his pet project, Dog Is Art.Faye’s pedigree (Art Center grad/assistant to names like Bruce Weber and Helmut Newton/advertising sharpshooter) is impressive, but it’s his love of canines, from pure breeds to stray mutts, that qualifies him for the job — not to mention that snazzy high-end, medium-format camera.Make sure Precious is camera ready when you drop her off at the studio downtown. Pick her up after a well-documented few hours in front of the white cyc. Soon, you’ll get a link to the contact sheets and a set in the mail from which to choose your faves. Final selections arrive in museum-quality condition, printed on fine art rag paper and framed up to four by six feet. The finished product is really quite fetching.To schedule a portrait, e-mail email@example.com. For more information, go to dogisart.com, $195-$1,375.Photo: Michael Faye Up to 65% off Lia MollySeema Sudan’s knitwear is inspired by bewitching locales like New Orleans, where she lives with her brood. A DailyCandy fave, her whimsical designs feel retro yet fresh — and they’re up to 65% off on Swirl.