These 10 headless innovations include everything from taxidermy to sculptures that have their heads missing. For some reason, these strange innovations have removed heads, which is especially peculiar in instances where they're used for fashion and hat campaigns.
Don’t people see the need for the whole upper body anymore? Check out the cluster to see more creepy, headless innovations.
Implications - The recession gave rise to macabre themes in art and fashion; namely, decapitated designs. In some cases, these headless creations served a financial purpose -- using a mannequin to replace a human model, for example -- while in others, beheaded art pieces were used to make a social statement.
From Decapitated Taxidermy to Torso Sound Systems
Headless Dog Speakers
Fashion's Loopy Head Gear
London Advertisements Targeted By Serial Ad Decapitator
Headless Fashion Campaigns
Je Suis Belle's Foreboding A/W ‘09 Collection
Sexist Sound Systems
Misogynistic Mannequin Stereo Objectifies the Female Form
Fancy Headless Figurines
Yinka Shonibare's Faceless Art
Maurizio Cattelan Brings the Headless Horse to Life
Historical Dolls Show How They Died
Faceless Females by Dominique Regnier
Quirky Gifts for Strange People
Truly Bizarre Presents from Com-pa-ny