Beetle Playing the Banjo Taxidermy

Posted: October 20, 2019
Beetle Playing the Banjo Taxidermy
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Beetlebanjuice, Beetlebanjuice, Beetlebanjuice! ... Dang, it didn't work. Kevin Clarke's stellar Beetle Playing the Banjo Taxidermy art did not appear before me, ready to make a deal.

The Beetle on the Banjo and the Beetle on the Juice do share a few things in common though. Well, mostly one: both are dead. Clarke, a professionally trained entomologist, uses real beetles in his pieces, in this case a weevil that has been sustainably sourced. (Clarke never uses rare or endangered species in any of the insect taxidermy available in his Etsy shop.)

The little beetle playing the little banjo arrives framed behind UV-blocking glass in your choice of black, white, or walnut frame. Total size is 6" x 8" x 1.25".

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