Cardboard Safari: Cruelty-Free Taxidermy Kits

March 18, 2015 | in Design

A couple of designers from Charlottesville, Virginia were trying to draw attention to the issue of animal extinction and came up with a very original idea.

Everyone knows about the desire of hunters to place the heads of killed animals on their walls. Taxidermists will earn good money for a long time. But the creators of the project called Cardboard  Safari found an alternative that gives the opportunity to decorate their homes to everyone, not only hunters. All the heads are pre-drawn on a computer and then are cut by a laser plotter.

Cardboard Safari: Cruelty Free Taxidermy Kits

Cardboard Safari: Cruelty Free Taxidermy Kits

Cardboard Safari: Cruelty Free Taxidermy Kits

Cardboard Safari: Cruelty Free Taxidermy Kits

Cardboard Safari: Cruelty Free Taxidermy Kits

Cardboard Safari: Cruelty Free Taxidermy Kits

Cardboard Safari: Cruelty Free Taxidermy Kits

Cardboard Safari: Cruelty Free Taxidermy Kits

Cardboard Safari: Cruelty Free Taxidermy Kits

Cardboard Safari: Cruelty Free Taxidermy Kits

Cardboard Safari: Cruelty Free Taxidermy Kits

Cardboard Safari: Cruelty Free Taxidermy Kits

Cardboard Safari: Cruelty Free Taxidermy Kits

Cardboard Safari: Cruelty Free Taxidermy Kits

Cardboard Safari: Cruelty Free Taxidermy Kits

Cardboard Safari: Cruelty Free Taxidermy Kits

Cardboard Safari: Cruelty Free Taxidermy Kits

Cardboard Safari: Cruelty Free Taxidermy Kits

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