A visit to Bodyworlds—a controversial exhibition that puts skinned, plastinated bodies on display—including those of pregnant women, deformed fetuses, and of people having sex.
If you need a real human skull in Canada, there is only one place to get it.
"When I kill an animal, I feel a lot of remorse. I'll always walk up to the animal, give it a pat, and say thank you."
Inked bodies can become permanent pelts after a person is carefully skinned and then covered in preservative chemicals, like an animal hide.
Local culture, exquisite aesthetics, and the brutalities of hunting and fishing converge in a current exhibition at the Wyoming State Museum.
We talked to her about her process, the weirdest cakes she's ever made, and how she feels when she gets accused of "inciting cannibalism."
Michael Williams' 'Chromophobia' series depicts a Melbourne where tourists didn't choke city laneways and suburban outskirts were abandoned no-mans lands.
It's easy: First, you massage the dead bunny's skin. Then you slide it off.
Stuffing and mounting the bodies of dead animals used to be an exclusively male activity, but more and more women are getting into turning corpses into art.
The first thing I noticed when I walked into Torah Animal World was the giant moose head on the front of the building. This is just one of the many strange and incongruous things I saw at this "spiritual taxidermy center" in the orthodox Jewish neighborho…
Beth Beverly is a taxidermist who is taking things one step further than most of her peers by killing and eating (some of) the animals that she stuffs with a little help from YouTube.
I'm at Qalqilya's zoo to see an exhibition of stuffed animals that Dr. Khader has created from the beasts that were killed in the Second Intifada, the four-year period of fighting that claimed the lives of 4,000 Palestinians and more than 1,000 Israelis.
Meat isn't murder if the beast died of natural causes, right? That's the philosophy that allows Nicola Jayne Hebson, a vegan taxidermist, to sleep at night.
Lia Tabrah is a jewellery designer who loves Australia. She loves the bush, the city and the animals. In fact, she loves the animals so much she regularly travels to Darwin to buy their parts to turn into glamorous jewellery.
After meeting Divya at a party in Brooklyn, we assumed she was into artisinal pickles and free-range tempeh. Turns out, killing animals and stuffing them is more her thing. We decided to go to the woods with her and have some fun with a woodchuck. Well, i…
Have you ever stuffed a parrot who died shitting itself? It's not great.
Amy Ritchie is a hunter, a piano prodigy, and a nationally recognized champion taxidermist
Taxidermists are considered weird with good reason.
Judi Rosen has been taking taxidermy classes for a while now, and look how fucking good she is already.