this elephant, Wursa, defies the law of gravity by balancing on the slimmest part of her body, her trunk. Wursa was specifically created for the Palais de Tokyo in 2008 by Paris-based artist, Daniel Firman - displayed by PRABAL GURUNG :: Artists We Love :
Rachel Denny is an artist who is best known for her “Domestic Trophies” work – faux deer heads covered in cable knit sweaters. She created this penny covered horse head, entitled War Horse, this year, and it is an amazing piece.
Frederique Morrel and her husband Aaron Levin - needlepoint covered fiberglass sculptures. The design duo scours garage sales and flea markets in search of vintage tapestries and discarded embroidery to create these one of a kind beauties.
NEW YORK CITY - DEC The American Museum of Natural History, with collections contain over 32 million specimens, is one of the largest and most celebrated museums in the world. December 2010 in Manhattan, New York City.
Polly Morgan is taxidermy but could be recreated using a realistically fake bird, waterproofed so half is outside the window and kept up with magnets and the cracks would be one of those broken glass decals.