Dr. Seuss Characters as Hunting Trophies

If Dr. Seuss had been a taxidermist instead of a writer, his work might have looked something like this. Instead, the beloved author of 46 children’s books pursued another career path, which is fine by us, because artist Carl Turner (otherwise known as Biscuitboy) has chosen to take up the late author’s would-be hobby in his place.

Biscuitboy’s series of mounted Seuss-heads is a charming homage to Theodor Seuss Geisel, a man who never quite became a doctor, but holds a higher degree in the hearts of many as the incomparable Dr. Seuss.

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Baffler Bird of Scoffer’s Island (© Carl Turner)
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Seuss-Moose (© Carl Turner)
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Walrus of Love (© Carl Turner)


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