Discarded bikesTaxidermy is the best way to recycle your old bikes and flaunt them

Regan Appleton, a graduate from Royal College of Art is a Scottish designer who is founder of a brilliant piece of artwork called Bicycle Taxidermy. He found his father’s old and disposed off mountain and road bikes and thought of making an art out of them all. He got on to those ‘rotten’ pieces of bikes and decided to make Taxidermy, like it is done in case of animals.

BicycleTaxidermy

Regan took unwanted handlebars of bikes, stuck them on European oak plaque and sealed them with beeswax. The Bicycle Taxidermy looks like trophies and remind you of the memories you’ve collected while riding those bikes. Bicycle Taxidermy reminds you of the classic days when deer antlers used to hang over the fireplace. Also, it is one great way to recycle your old bikes into a whole new glorification. Available in both domestic mounts and new mounts, they provide a spectacular display to your wall.

BicycleTaxidermy

BicycleTaxidermy

BicycleTaxidermy

BicycleTaxidermy

BicycleTaxidermy

BicycleTaxidermy

BicycleTaxidermy

BicycleTaxidermy

Via: Yatzer

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