20. Bicycle Taxidermy

20. Bicycle Taxidermy
20. Bicycle Taxidermy
20. Bicycle Taxidermy
20. Bicycle Taxidermy
20. Bicycle Taxidermy

20. Bicycle Taxidermy
Growing up over the years, i remember going hunting with my father near our farm in indiana. That father and son tradition has stopped ever since i moved into the city. One day, i found myself wanting to go hunting, but what can you do in the city that’s what i heard of a new game called the bicycle. The bicycle has been around for centuries. It’s getting to the point they are overpopulating our surrounding area. I found out that the wisconsin government has issued a requirement to have a license for hunting bicycle as game and by doing so, it will control the population of the bicycle. It turned out to be the biggest challenge of hunting that i’ve experienced so far. The bicycle that i have trapped are extremely beautiful and i want the whole world to see and enjoy them. I found myself taking the sport of hunting to the next level by doing taxiderny on these bicycles. It gives me great pleasure to preserve these creatures as they are not your ordinary trophy taxidermy. Each taxidermy plaque is accented by an antique casket plate that shows that it was laid down to rest in peace. I found the antique casket plate by going grave digging in forest home cemetery in milwaukee. These guys are fun and cool to have hanging at your place. Also they are easy on eyes vs. A dead animal staring at you. Plus, it it is a unique piece of decor that will be the talk of the party. 75 plywood with a custom designed painting technique. Bicycle taxidermy: reclaim old bicycle parts. Custom made hanging bracket. This item is made of bicycle parts and plaque, steel, handle bars, saddle, bicycle seat.
20. Bicycle Taxidermy

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