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A blog about fashion, design, art, decor, all things beautiful.

A blog about fashion, design, art, decor, all things beautiful.

Display of taxidermy (photograph by Oskar Proctor) (Viktor Wynd)

The artist Viktor Wynd is a collector with no apparent filter – taxidermy, human remains, giant beans and McDonald’s Happy Meal toys all form part of his collection Más

le plus vieux taxidermiste de Paris

Deyrolle, 46 rue du bac - This famous taxidermy shop has been in operation since the century

A different way of using feathers, in a layered pattern that looks like scales. I wonder about those plastic scales I was thinking of making shrinky-dink style, I bet that could be used with a bit more heat application to mold them.

Currently working on a skull with similar style to this! I have a buffalo skull that I am embellishing to the MAX!

Catalogue Scotch Collectables par Anne Dokter

Scotch Collectables, grandeur et décadence

Valerie Hegarty (*1967), "First Harvest in the Wilderness with Woodpecker" (2011) (detail) - who wouldn't wince seeing this ill-used piece of art? what an awesome idea!

First Harvest in the Wilderness with Woodpecker - Valerie Hegarty

Taxidermy Birds. I prefer my birds alive and in the wild, but this is kinda cool.

Victorian Bird dioramas are fascinating. And since they were made so long ago, I feel like it's okay to at least appreciate the beauty of the birds sacrificed for the art.