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In May 2011, Ojai Valley Taxidermy and Chuck Testa were selected to take part in the reality TV show from IFC called Commercial Kings . The show involves YouTube stars Rhett and Link creating a commercial for the business. What they came up with
Walter Potter (no relation to the Peter Rabbit author) was an eccentric eighteenth century taxidermist who condemned small mammals to an eternity of indignities. Here's a news reel from the 1960s depicting a visit to Potter's museum. According to the
Ower Heaton, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, 01/9/2011 23:52 Click to rate Rating (0) I am a big admirer of Polly Morgan an artist in the UK who recognises the potential of art in taxidermy...UK Tax Paying Ex Pat, Overseas, Far Away As Possible From
The carcass in question came into the hands of a Kern County museum roughly three years ago. The Maturango Museum in Ridgecrest wanted to display the lion, an apparent victim of road kill, in an exhibit. But a 1990 voter-approved initiative to
In praise of Station Jim The stuffed dog was a favourite of commuters at the end of the 19th century Editorial Should you ever be on platform five of Slough station, waiting for the London train, you will find a most unusual observer watching you...
It's taking a dead thing and stuffing it so it looks like an alive thing and that's weird to me. Which means that artist Andrew Lancaster s taxidermy hybrids which mix and match pieces from different animals are more than I can handle. Could you
All summer long, you've been chasing cryptids, or mystery animals, for our Cryptid Summer bounty . And you've also diligently been producing pictures of fake cryptids because, well, it just wouldn't be monster season without a lot of photoshopping...
Alaska (AP) — A California taxidermist has earned a rare place in pop history. Sergio Vigalato (VIG'-uh-lot-oh) preserved Lady Gaga's now-famous raw-meat dress for display in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland.
Alaska A California taxidermist has earned a rare place in pop history. Sergio Vigalato (VIG'-uh-lot-oh) preserved Lady Gaga's now-famous raw-meat dress for display in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland. The project has prompted a
Russell Knight is back there, too, anxious, waiting on a call from Hollywood. Knight's, located in a warehouse off Arctic Boulevard, isn't glamorous, but that's what has made it famous. It's the subject of "Mounted in Alaska," the reality show that