Even teddy bears have skeletal anatomy that is just as cute.

Teddy Skull by Stephanie Metz

Teddy skulls by Stephanie Metz

Wool sculptor, Stephanie Metz, created these soft felty skeletons. Her interest lies in,

A pseudo-scientific study of the morphology of skulls: the form and structures that differentiate one breed from another and give a sense of the story of the individual. My approach is to research, document, present, and interpret evidence in a formal manner. My subject species is the teddy bear: a creature made by humans (and made ‘alive’ by imagination) whose morphological history is tied to social trends. My idea of ‘logical’ evidence (a stuffed animal would have a skull made of felt) becomes an emotionally loaded image that brings up a wide range of responses and proves to be ripe for further exploration.

Wonderfully creative.  I wonder if Stephanie will consider doing the rest of the teddy bear skeleton?

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