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Rogue taxidermy

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Nate Hill turns discarded dead animals in to art… warning dead creatures ahead, don’t click the links if that freaks you out –

If you live in Bed-Stuy and happen to hear the sound of trash cans being banged around at night, don’t assume it’s a rat or a homeless person. It might be Nate Hill, 29, a local artist who often spends his evenings rummaging through garbage for his medium of choice: dead animals. Hill, who earned a biology degree and once worked as a lab technician, is a self-styled “rogue taxidermist,” who uses the parts of deceased critters for his work. He’s quite aware that many people find his idea of art repulsive. “I’ve had bottles thrown at me,” he says nonchalantly. “I’ve been threatened, but I just don’t care. I think I’m on to something!”

ROGUE TAXIDERMY – [via] Link & Animal house – Link.


  • Nate Hill’s stop road kill – Link.
  • Rogue Taxidermist Shows You How to Fish for Animal Parts – Link.

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