Heading to the calls of my inner red neck, I’ve assembled a slide that showcases faux modern taxidermy.
Years after leaving farm life to move to the big smoke, there is still an intrigue within me that cannot deny the fascination with creative animal mounts.
While I am very much against hunting for the purpose of attaining trophy heads, I do like the idea of faux wall mounts made of papier mache.
Equally beautiful, in my eyes, are the sculptures made of antlers. There is a huge misconception that this supports animal cruelty as most people don’t know that animals like deer, moose and elk all shed their antlers naturally each year anyway.
Enjoy the gallery, and consider the possibility of fake taxidermy as a new interior design movement.
Fake Taxidermy Part V
White Antler Candelabra
Hip Hop Taxidermy
Nose Candy by BAST
Heat Your Home with Life-Sized ‘Domestic Animals'
Needlepoint 10-Point Bucks
‘My Deer' Sculptures Are Made from Rescued Textiles
A Modern Spin On A Holiday Art Tradition
Fake Taxidermy Part VII
Antler Lights by Jason Miller
Fake Taxidermy Part VIII
11 Robotic Hunting Trophies
Fake Brazilian Taxidermy
Casa Cor Synthetic Animal Heads
Beautiful Patterned Stuffed Animals With Bambi Lashes
Festive Decor Alternatives, Including Eco Ornmanets
Fake Taxidermy Part IV
Blow-Up Moose Trophy
Animalistic Electric Socket Covers
The Socket-Deer Has Antlers to Hold Your Gadgets
Fake Taxidermy Part VI
Ghost Antler Coat Rack
Vlaemsch Plywood Trophies
Designer Paper Deer Heads
Handmade Wilderness Project
Rachel Denny's Zipper Buck
Fake Human Taxidermy
Joseph Seigenthaler Sculptures Use Real Hair
PETA-Friendly Trophy Heads