- May 12, 2012
The combination between human and animal physiognomy has been a point of popular contention since H.G. Wells wrote 'The Island of Dr. Moreau,' and seen in these humanimal finds, that fascination continues to grow in contemporary society.

The balance between the civilized man and his primal nature has been explored in a variety of mediums including artistic illustrations and sculptures. The Gun-Toting Wolf Depictions and Provocative Humananimal Pin-Ups utilize bestial qualities to articulate notions of violence and lust.

While human and animal hybrids have potential for in-depth explorations on human nature, they also provide people with visually compelling ideas for fashion or advertisement campaigns. The Funky Furry Promotions are engaging because it's a combination of absurd comedy and identifiable characters.

Expanding the Influence of ‘The Island of Dr. Moreau':