Tiger (Orange) and Trainer: with Three Figures (Red, Yellow, Blue) By John Baldessari, 2004 (Stealth Photography By Gail)
Three Dimensional digital archival print with acrylic paint on Sintra, Dibond and Gatorfoam Panels. Commissioned by [Super Secret Corporation] in consultation with Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation for the Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin.
Talk about Fierce! I’ve heard of going on a “Couch Safari” but this Taxidermy-inspired Tiger Skin Sofa is taking it a bit to the extreme! If you’re looking for a conversation-starting centerpiece for your living room perhaps this will work? Animal lovers and conservationists can rest assured that the tiger pelt is an upholstery reproduction and we are guessing that the head is a fabrication as well. Not sure of the price tag but you can find out how to get one of these Rodolfo Rocchetti-designed beauties for your home at Tappezzeria Rocchetti.
Here at the Worley Gig, we love visiting the Zoo and we also love things made out of LEGOS, so it makes sense that we are excited to tell you about some super fun activities going on this summer at the Bronx Zoo. Through September 30, 2011, the Zoo will be celebrating Zoofari, with awesome life-size LEGO Animal Displays throughout the park (as seen in the pictures on this post), plus LEGO Activity Stations where you can make stuff, and all kinds of other fun features and activities taking place all over the zoo. It should be a pretty “wild” time!
Full details of all Zoofari highlights are available from the Bronx Zoo’s official website at This Link. You can also buy slightly-discounted tickets online at Right Here. Zoofari!