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Blood, Guts, and Bone: The Messy Art of Taxidermy

May 27, 2014 | Chris Heller

In this short documentary, artist Becca Barnett explains how to skin and mount dead animals. The first step? Forget they were alive. "The truth is," she says, "once you start looking at it as a project and stop looking at it as an animal, then it becomes this totally different thing."
Courtesy of Ryan Cockrell

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