Bizarre arrangement of human anatomy models decorating windowsill

Bizarre arrangement of human anatomy models decorating windowsill

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Photographer: © living4media / von Einsiedel, Andreas Portrait
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Print size: approx. 29.71 × 44.65 cm at 300 dpi
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Cabinet of Curiosities

12624458 | © living4media / von Einsiedel, Andreas | 34 images

Victor Wynd has a sense for the absurd, the macabre and the plainly weird; UK

Wynd lives in Hackney in a disused factory warehouse, which he bought in a derelict state and has since refurbished. The curiosities in his home are not a permanent fixture, instead he moves them to and from his shop, ensuring a constant change.
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