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Here is how I made some bike taxidermy wall hooks from dead bike parts and wood. I am now aware that Picasso made it first thanks to it ...
Use your own dead bike, or ask your nearest community d.i.y. bike workshop, or nicest bike shop for their dead bits on the way to the scrappie's.
I am making three sets in one go. Play around with making different pairs of handle bars and saddles until you get some good looking bull-like horned skull ...
Turn each pair of handlebars and saddles over, and secure them together with cable ties. Snip the cable tie tails off. This makes them pretty secure, strong enough ...
I can't express how much I love dead inner tubes. I think hiding the cable ties is good, as it looks like it's all completely made out of ...
Get yourself some hardboard. I wasn't too precious about the accuracy of the trophy shape, keeping the rusty d.i.y. wonkey vibe, I think it adds to the dead ...
Again, don't be too precious, a bit of wonkeyness never killed nobody. I think. I lined all the pieces up on the backings so they were more or ...
I painted my three hardboard bits silver, and fastened the skull shapes to the boards with more cable ties. Then I hung them on the wall, with more ...
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