These animal heads are hyper-realistic, but no, they aren't taxidermy. Created by Japanese artist and modeler Kamonohashizokei, these heads of lions, cats, dogs, wolves and birds are made to be worn. But becoming an animal isn't cheap – Kamonohashizokei's wearable heads will set you back around $2,500, give or take a couple hundred bucks depending on which animal you choose. The artist also makes heads to be displayed on your wall, which cost even more. If interested, you can contact the artist at his online shop or on Instagram.
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