Hunting Trophies: Repurposed Vintage Bike Parts Converted into Functional Taxidermy Racks

Hunting Trophies: Repurposed Vintage Bike Parts Converted into Functional Taxidermy Racks upcycling taxidermy sculpture humor bicycles antlers

Hunting Trophies: Repurposed Vintage Bike Parts Converted into Functional Taxidermy Racks upcycling taxidermy sculpture humor bicycles antlers

Hunting Trophies: Repurposed Vintage Bike Parts Converted into Functional Taxidermy Racks upcycling taxidermy sculpture humor bicycles antlers

Hunting Trophies: Repurposed Vintage Bike Parts Converted into Functional Taxidermy Racks upcycling taxidermy sculpture humor bicycles antlers

Hunting Trophies: Repurposed Vintage Bike Parts Converted into Functional Taxidermy Racks upcycling taxidermy sculpture humor bicycles antlers

Hunting Trophies: Repurposed Vintage Bike Parts Converted into Functional Taxidermy Racks upcycling taxidermy sculpture humor bicycles antlers

Hunting Trophies: Repurposed Vintage Bike Parts Converted into Functional Taxidermy Racks upcycling taxidermy sculpture humor bicycles antlers

Hunting Trophies: Repurposed Vintage Bike Parts Converted into Functional Taxidermy Racks upcycling taxidermy sculpture humor bicycles antlers

Vienna-based designer Andreas Scheiger created this fun series of faux taxidermy heads using a bunch of found bicycle seats and handlebars. The pieces can serve as fun art objects, or as functional hooks for holding bags, coats, and even other bicycles. Several of them are for sale over on his website, or you can see how he did it and maybe attempt your own. (via Fubiz)

Update: Several of you have mentioned that these are pieces appear to be a modern interpretation of Picasso’s Tête de taureau.

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