The fashion industry is historically pretty fond of wearing dead animals. Despite its legacy as a luxury material, however, designers tend to obscure the origin of their fur–few people like being reminded of all the suffering and sinew that goes into a pricey coat.
Conceptional artist Jess Eaton wants to address the gap between dead animals that are socially acceptable to wear and those that are not–so she made a bunch of really pretty dresses out of straight-up roadkill. More
I guess they’re so used to seeing the remains of animals as clothing that they don’t notice when they pose a handbag to look like an actual bird carcass. More
This chart from the fine folks at TheFrisky remind us that we want all unicorns, all the time. Okay, unicorns and sometimes turkey sandwiches. We want turkey sandwiches delivered to us by a unicorn. This may all be getting a … More
“A friend of mine has a big farm in the desert, and she picks up feathers and roadkill for me, then makes it into clothes,” says Ke$ha. “I think it’s cool to wear roadkill. If I died and somebody wanted … More
There aren’t many things that can keep us away from a frosty, delicious beer bottle. However, there is one thing. No silly, it’s not an intervention (we’re not quitters!) It’s “that beer being stuffed inside a remarkably lifelike dead animal.” … More
The next time you drive over a possum don’t think “shit, I drove over a possum.” Think millinery time! Because that is what James Faulkner thought. According to the Telegraph UK the Edinburgh’s Telford College student began his work in … More