Museum of Weird Art

Museum of Weird Art

The Museum Of Weird Art (Mowa) is a virtual community of like-minded people who share a passion for art and weird art in particular.

www.mowa.be
In: Art, Oddities

Walter Potter

Walter Potter

Walter Potter was an English taxidermist noted for his anthropomorphic dioramas featuring mounted animals mimicking human life, which he displayed at his museum in Bramber, Sussex, England. The exhibition was a well-known and popular example of "Victorian whimsy" for many years, even after Potter's death; however enthusiasm for such entertainments waned in the twentieth century, and his collection was finally dispersed in 2003.

Also available is the book, "Walter Potter's Curious World of Taxidermy" by Dr. Pat Morris with Joanna Ebenstein. Enter Victorian taxidermist Walter Potter's fantasy world of rabbit schoolchildren, cigar-smoking squirrels and exemplary feline etiquette at the kittens' tea party... Here, perhaps for the last time, the collection is preserved and celebrated with new photographs of Potter's best-loved works.

www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walter_Potter
In: Interesting, Oddities

The Weird & Wonderful

The Weird & Wonderful

The Weird & Wonderful is a Natural History store specialising in the highest quality taxidermy, osteology, entomology and oddities from around the world.

We pride ourselves on stocking ethical animal remains, where possible, and believe that the sole purpose of taxidermy should be to preserve the natural beauty of nature's magnificent creatures.

www.theweirdandwonderful.com
In: Decorations, Oddities, Props, Shops

Cedric Laquieze

Cedric Laquieze

I've been a sculptor fascinated with creatures as far as I can remember. I've done many exhibitions in the past in Paris Belgium, Italy, Germany and of course Holland. I graduated from the Rietveld academy where I met many people with the same fascination for organic materials and esthetic shapes. I would like to use this opportunity to share my fairies, flower creatures and goddesses with the rest of you.

laquiezecedric.blogspot.com
In: Oddities, Sculpture

Heckles and Twitch

Heckles and Twitch

Heckles and Twitch, the mad clowns. Brothers 'til the end. YOUR end.

Heckles and Twitch are multi-award winning performers that are quickly gaining popularity within Horror and Halloween circles. These brothers are intensely frightening and colorful personalities that bring a refreshingly unique blend of horror and comedy that is sure to leave a lasting impression on any audience.

They are a new and dark twist on the traditional two-person comedy team. Heckles is the more responsible and angry older brother, while Twitch is the wilder and more unpredictable younger brother. The boys have an unforgettable look with the chemistry to match.

www.hecklesandtwitch.com
In: Attractions, Clowns, Oddities, Performers

Scott Radke

Scott Radke

Cleveland Based artist who works from his subconscious imagery… Mixed media sculpture, animal human hybrid explorations. Highly influenced by nature.

Radke’s artwork can be found from London to Los Angeles… from major art collections (Mark Parker, former Nike CEO) to work and design making cameo appearances in such films as Walt Disney’s Academy award winning Alice in Wonderland Directed by Tim Burton..

www.scottradke.com
In: Oddities, Sculpture

Asylum Artwork & Oddities

Asylum Artwork & Oddities

One girl, one fabulous faux hawk, and some very twisted ideas are the foundation of Asylum Artwork! I've created a studio in my home called Asylum Artwork and Oddities, and that is where I go to think, create, relax and visit with my dead things. I love to collect all things odd and bizarre, and am fascinated with taxidermy and preserved specimens. I try to create things here in my studio that are not your "run of the mill" items. I love doing anatomical dissections, and enjoy the natural beauty that this world has to offer--both inside and outside of the organisms that inhabit it!

My artwork strives to honor the life of each of the animals that I preserve. Please note NO ANIMALS ARE KILLED FOR THE SOLE PURPOSE OF CREATING THIS ARTWORK! I use the remains of animals that are already deceased to create my artwork, and these materials would otherwise be considered "garbage" and be discarded if I didn't use it. I think it's disrespectful to Mother Nature to not try to use every part of the animal that has already passed. I NEVER kill any of the animals that are used in my artwork! I love animals and would never harm them!

www.etsy.com/shop/AsylumArtwork
In: Art, Oddities, Shops
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