“So Fly Taxidermy”: Artist Uses Insects To Make Fun And Quirky Cartoons – Design You Trust

“So Fly Taxidermy”: Artist Uses Insects To Make Fun And Quirky Cartoons

Do you feel yourself getting the creepy crawlies whenever you think about bugs? Or do you find them fascinating and get excited whenever one sneaks its way into your home? Whatever it is, we are pretty sure that you don’t want to miss out on Ali Beckman’s unique works.

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Ali uses insects that were either donated, purchased, or found dead to create amusing cartoons and highlight the key roles insects play in our environment. And besides this little fact, we’d like you to know that her work more often than not highlights the importance of loving yourself and finding the confidence to say that, yes, you can do anything you put your mind to.

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