Vanitas Display Series 17 - Real Wild Boar Mandible, Raccoon Skull & Horseshoe Crab Part in Handmade Reclaimed Wood Coffin Display by BoneLust

Vanitas Display Series 17 - Real Wild Boar Mandible, Raccoon Skull & Horseshoe Crab Part in Handmade Reclaimed Wood Coffin Display by BoneLust

"Joseph's Collection": includes intact bird skeleton, muskrat jaw, coyote jaw, heron leg bones, deer ribs, beaver skull, catfish skull, bass spine, turtle breastbone, northern pike head and spine, green frog skeleton, squirrel skull, baby raccoon skull, raccoon skull, northern pike jaw.  Photo by Mary Jo Hoffman

"Joseph's Collection": includes intact bird skeleton, muskrat jaw, coyote jaw, heron leg bones, deer ribs, beaver skull, catfish skull, bass spine, turtle breastbone, northern pike head and spine, green frog skeleton, squirrel skull, baby raccoon skull, raccoon skull, northern pike jaw. Photo by Mary Jo Hoffman

Vanitas Display Series 15 - Natural Stained Woodchuck & Raccoon Skull and Goat Jawbones in Reclaimed Wood Coffin Display by BoneLust

Vanitas Display Series 15 - Natural Stained Woodchuck & Raccoon Skull and Goat Jawbones in Reclaimed Wood Coffin Display by BoneLust

Will's Skull Page - Raccoon Skull

Will's Skull Page - Raccoon Skull

This perfectly preserved real raccoon skull is stained with a mixture of various teas and adorned with quartz crystals. It does come with lower jaws, but is missing two front teeth. (There are no...

This perfectly preserved real raccoon skull is stained with a mixture of various teas and adorned with quartz crystals. It does come with lower jaws, but is missing two front teeth. (There are no...

Tyler Thrasher is taking taxidermy to the next level.  Though not a taxidermist himself, the 22-year-old Tulsa, Oklahoma, native is taking found cicadas and animal skulls and using chemistry to grow crystals on them. His art walks the line between the macabre and the beautiful with ease, and the art world is taking note.

Tyler Thrasher is taking taxidermy to the next level. Though not a taxidermist himself, the 22-year-old Tulsa, Oklahoma, native is taking found cicadas and animal skulls and using chemistry to grow crystals on them. His art walks the line between the macabre and the beautiful with ease, and the art world is taking note.

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