Um… it’s graceful looking?
This isn’t the first time we’ve featured questionable taxidermy here at Impact Lab, but artist Enrique Gomez De Molina’s creations may take the cake…
If you thinking making clothes out of human hair is weird how would you feel if I told you humans are making clothes from their pet’s fur? It isn’t much different from using sheep’s wool or natural animal fibers from Alpaca, Angora, Llama or Camel. Right? Danelle German doesn’t think so.
Mulberry Street Unicorn
Seuss embarked on an ingenious project in the early 1930s as he evolved from two-dimensional artworks to three-dimensional sculptures. What was most unusual for these mixed-media sculptures was the use of real animal parts including beaks, antlers and horns from deceased Forest Park Zoo animals where Seuss’s father was superintendent. More photos after the jump.
We don’t know exactly what to call this, but we’ll go with “steampunk taxidermy”, a new art form being developed by Lisa Black. More photos after the jump.