Brooklyn-based artist Kate Clark uses clay to sculpt human faces onto traditional taxidermy forms, covering the human features with the animal’s skin. She hopes her creations will help people reconnect with the animal kingdom and realize humans and animals are not as different as we think.
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Click here to read more about Kate Clark and her unique taxidermy artwork: http://proof.nationalgeographic.com/2015/07/24/a-twist-on-taxidermy-blurs-the-boundaries-of-humanity/
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Human-Looking Faces on Animal Bodies: Taxidermy as Art | National Geographic