reblogging for tattoo use!
all I can picture is the scene from James and The Giant Peach with the terrifying Rhinoceros in the clouds…now I’m scared
i wish i could find a really good picture of the rhino for my tattoo
It was my first tattoo and my original idea. SKATE OR DIE!
this is a cool idea.
poor baby got ran over so I took her home and salvaged her pelt, skull and rosie got some bones and organs to preserve and treasure
I think its a real shame when a beautiful animal is killed and left to rot at the side of the road, instead I take things home and save all I can so myself and others can enjoy the animal x its a more respectful thing to do in my opinion
(I am a vegan and I passionately love animals and support their right to a long happy life, she was dead when I found her, I am not a murderer ^^ just to clarify x peace out!)
Am I the only person deeply disturbed by this? It just strikes the “simple mutilation of a dead body chord” with me. I just don’t see how it correlates with veganism at all. Found dead or alive there is no justification for using an animal for human benefit. I’m interested to see how others feel about this. Commentary please.
I have never heard of that chord. I thought this was another one of those “WE MUST FIND AND ARREST THESE PEOPLE FOR ANIMAL CRUELTY” until I read it. If you are going to get a fur then this is the best way for it. In my opinion the only rational way one should obtain meat or stuff of this nature is through hunting. I mean they probably buried it (since they are vegan). That is much better than what would have happened otherwise. From an environmental aspect, they are fully utilizing every aspect of a senseless/unintended death (think Paleo). I wouldn’t say it really correlates with veganism per se (having been vegan for a time and read pretty extensively on food from all angles). I guess it all depends on what they are going to do with it now. I mean anyone that sees them wearing it will be like, “WTF? You aren’t vegan. You have real fur.” I understand your problem with ‘desecrating the body’, but I believe they had respect for the animal and would see him ‘live on’. It’s not like a trophy. I would say it may serve as a reminder of their views perhaps or to help them see another side of nature.
hooray for a thoughtful and educated response. Also its not *mutilation* lilneez, if you had bothered to read and take into account my dub on the images you may, by some miracle have been inspired to look up taxidermy, an art that is complex and delicate and takes alot of effort. I didn’t butcher a fox for fun, I saw her cold dead body and thought of the children she might have left behind and the wonderful life she must have lead before some idiot came along and flattened her, leaving her to die a slow agonizing death by the roadside.
The beauty of nature is something to treasure, admire and preserve. I chose to do all three by taking this girly home and taking the time to do more than leave her to rot ^^
thanks for your stupid comment x
hanajibu…you rock <3Is this seriously happening right now? A “vegan” taxidermist is calling me stupid?I really have no interest in your “art”. I could careless how long it takes you and how much effort you put forth in exploiting animals for your pleasure. Unfortunately, you did butcher the fox for “fun”. Butchering the fox did nothing positive for the fox or her species as a whole. I don’t care how much of a spiritual boner you got from mutilating this dead animal’s body. The only beings who benefit from your taxidermy is yourself and all the other speciesist fucks that are going to gawk at the fox’s body parts in the future.Wow okay I realize I don’t have much right to say anything because I am an omnivore but this argument is absolutely ridiculous. It’s like saying if you found a human dead lying in the woods it’s completely okay to dismember it. I’m with lilneenz on this one.
I think this is awesome.
Masha and Dasha Krivoshlyopova as teenagers.