Iori Tomati Transforms Animal Corpses...

Submitted by: sindley 5 years ago in

...into stunning works of art. WANT.
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Female 1,324
@dead-kittens

One shot he clearly has more than one fish in front of him >>
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Female 1,324
I kind of want all of them.
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Female 1,203
NEED! like right now!
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Female 9
For the chic serial killer inside all of us.
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Male 15,339
icky
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Female 1,515
Had to do this in my Icthyology lab...Basically he`s just staining different density substances, bone/cartilage etc. Its really helpful when you`re learning anatomy...and kind of pretty?
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Male 1,252
@coreythestar True enough I guess ... I can only imagine when he brings a hot date home and asks why the hell there are fish carcasses everywhere lol.
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Female 2,927
i prefer the fish ones, the others look too creepy for me.
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Female 1,539
Very neat from a biological perspective. Not entirely worthless.
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Male 40,266

"Stunning"... no not really.
Differant, yes. Creative? Okay, I`ll give ya that.
Also worthless.
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Male 505
Imagine he has to leave them stewing while he gets on with the next one. Very cool and a step on from Damien Hurst.
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Female 8
Dead-Kittens you`re assuming he only works on one at a time and that he needs to work on them the entire time to the exclusion of all else. If he works on them concurrently and the process doesn`t require constant attention it`s totally do-able.
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Male 1,252
Awesome if not a little macabre... although the numbers dont add up unless I didnt hear correctly...over 5000 critters have been done but each takes a few weeks to a year? ^.-

Not to nitpick or anything :]
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Female 19
Link: Iori Tomati Transforms Animal Corpses... [Rate Link] - ...into stunning works of art. WANT.
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