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Crap Taxidermy - Stuffing Gone Wrong

By: on August 26, 2014
$8.34
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Kat Su has poured the best (and by that I mean strangest and most perverse) of her Tumblr crappytaxidermy.com into a coffee table book sure to make your coffee table the least popular gathering place in town. Crap Taxidermy spotlights the worst of an already curious industry always teetering on the edge of tacky.

I don't think there are any words that can describe Crap Taxidermy better than "spectacularly bad". In 96, full-color pages Su shows us a squirrel riding a rattlesnake like a cowboy, a mouse ripping open his own chest (not just his shirt, his fur and flesh itself) to reveal a Superman costume, and a horse looking desperate for the oompa loompas to roll him away after getting to the orange chicken dish in Willy Wonka's Three Course Dinner chewing gum.

Crap Taxidermy also includes a "Stuff Your Own Mouse" lesson and Su's tips for breaking into the exotic art of taxidermy.

Crap Taxidermy is a top Dude Novelty Gift pick.

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