Grand Ole Bestiary, Retro Style Prints of Anthropomorphic Animal Heads on Human Bodies

Hortence J Pacadorf, Founder and proprietor of Pacadorf Industries, introduced many useful household products including a sticky-paper mouse trap made from peanut butter.

Chief Shikoba Featherbeard

The Squirrelton Twins, known as “the little hellions”, when they’re not leaving flaming bags of dog doo on doorsteps they’re raiding the neighborhood bird feeders.

Portland-based Etsy shop, Grand Ole Bestiary, carries delightful retro-looking photographic prints of human bodies with animal heads.

The Grand Ole Bestiary is a collection of faux-antique, anthropomorphic, mythological curios. Each one carefully recovered from ancient catacombs discovered buried deep inside the molten core of a metaphysical holy mountain.

Touted as one of the most compelling discoveries of evidence that proves an enduring existence of these magnificent creatures that had long been worshiped and damned by human civilizations throughout history.

via How to be a Retronaut

Rusty Blazenhoff
Rusty Blazenhoff