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sail-away-sweetsister:

Oh my God, Nuno just got better with age!

sail-away-sweetsister:

Oh my God, Nuno just got better with age!

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iguanamouth:

youre gonna look so goddamn cool

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dollymacabre:


Part of Martin d’Orgeval’s “Touched by Fire” series. Most people with an interest in Victorian/antique and strange taxidermy will have by now heard of Deyrolle, the famous Parisienne collections of natural history. On Febuary 1st, 2008, a fire burned through Deyrolle, destroying many of the pieces.
“Martin d’Orgeval’s photographs show the animals and insects that survived the disaster in situ, against a background of charred woodwork in the shop that had been their habitat since their “natural” death. The objects and the location form an entire work, the result of a strange, unique process in which creation, conservation and destruction have followed on from one another – a process completed and given closure by photography.”

dollymacabre:

Part of Martin d’Orgeval’s “Touched by Fire” series. Most people with an interest in Victorian/antique and strange taxidermy will have by now heard of Deyrolle, the famous Parisienne collections of natural history. On Febuary 1st, 2008, a fire burned through Deyrolle, destroying many of the pieces.

“Martin d’Orgeval’s photographs show the animals and insects that survived the disaster in situ, against a background of charred woodwork in the shop that had been their habitat since their “natural” death. The objects and the location form an entire work, the result of a strange, unique process in which creation, conservation and destruction have followed on from one another – a process completed and given closure by photography.”

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rosefromthedeadagainn:

Taxidermy bat & Skeleton - Deyrolle, Paris

rosefromthedeadagainn:

Taxidermy bat & Skeleton - Deyrolle, Paris

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atelierentomologica:

Deyrolle, taxidermy shop, Paris

atelierentomologica:

Deyrolle, taxidermy shop, Paris

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archdigest:

Parisian taxidermy and entomology shop Deyrolle teamed up with French wallpaper company NeoDko to create a new line. Strange bedfellows? Maybe. Design inspiration? Definitely. Discover the new line.

archdigest:

Parisian taxidermy and entomology shop Deyrolle teamed up with French wallpaper company NeoDko to create a new line. Strange bedfellows? Maybe. Design inspiration? Definitely. Discover the new line.

(Source : archdigest.com)

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cultofweird:

The Last Taxidermist in Paris - article from the January 1985 issue of World of Interiors magazine about Deyrolle, the historic taxidermy shop and natural history emporium.

More at the Cult of Weird: The Last Taxidermist in Paris

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