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Dr. Seuss taxidermy pieces by way of Dr. Seuss himself

flamingherring1

unicorn1

sludgetarpon1

“Zoo animals that had met their demise lived on as their bills, horns, and antlers were shipped to Ted’s New York apartment to become exotic beaks and headdresses on his bizarre taxidermy sculptures. The result was an astounding 17 sculptures—created during the 1930s—which remain today as some of the finest examples of his inventive and multidimensional creativity.”

By Dr. Seuss (many pieces for sale too), via NotCot

Art plus gravity (or lack thereof)

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2-1

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By Pejac, photos by Gary Van Handley. Via Colossal.

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