Taxidermy is a hobby that's pretty straightforward -- you take dead animals and position their proportions into a desired pose. The same can be said for photography, since you basically take an existing form and give your own visual interpretation on it.
Swiss photographers Taiyo Onorato and Nico Krebs combined the two by creating animal-infused cameras, which they entitled 'Camera Collection.' The collection houses handcrafted cameras with the utilization of turtle shells, the extremities of an armadillo and a horn.
It's always fascinating to see what artists create with the use of decrepit and foul things. For animal lovers across the board, these carcass-made cameras won't bode well, but for fans of anything post-mortem, these handcrafted photography instruments will surely pique you interest.
Photo Credits: designboom, tonk.ch
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