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Bubble-wrap bath for Rory!
Yes, we ship ecstatic, overwhelmingly happy, anthropomorphic taxidermy right to you door! Goodbye Rory, its been fun… enjoy your new mom!
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We have a wonderful live-stream event planned for the 26th of July!
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Anonymous said: Do you ever get angry anons yelling at you for animal abuse before they check to see If it's true???
Death threats too…
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A little gif of a paw dissection done at the Art Academy of Cincinnati
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Anonymous said: Could you post the gif of the tiger paw in action that you posted on deviantART? Thanks :)
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Behold the great and mighty Thor!
Commissioned pet taxidermy. More info at:
A few photos of me doing a public skinning of a casualty specimen Coyote as a part of my gallery talk for my Senior Thesis Exhibition that happened on April 7th at the Art Academy of Cincinnati. More photos of the exhibition to come!
photos by the incredibly talented photographer, Catie Viox
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Detail shots of this pretty doge’s visceral elegance in all its glory and gory detail, as promised. More pictures and the original post of Aristide can be seen here—->clickformoardeaddoge
Original concept by Emily Combs, a true mastermind in her ability to turn the visceral into something so beautiful that you can’t look away. Her illustrations are to die for, please check them out.
As for our doge child here, Aristide, just a few shots of the wonderful lace cuffs made by Emily. Ribbon corset binds the skin of the back between the vertebrae. The form is entirely custom, hand carved. The skin and bones come from two different coyotes, both were road kill, found and processed by yours truly.
Hopefully Emily will post pictures of her original drawing, someone go over to her tumblr and demand that she stop hoarding all those magnificent illustrations all to herself.
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