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WILHELM STAEHLE DESCRIBES HIMSELF “as a horribly disfigured gentleman who often frightens small children when he emerges from the seclusion of his sprawling estate on the eastern coast of the Americas.” Obviously his tongue-in-cheek, macabre humor extends to his artwork, where he spends his time “hand-cutting peculiar silhouettes when he is not sporting for wild game and dressing his disturbingly broad collection of taxidermy.”

Learn more about this artist, and visit his cool on-line shop by simply clicking here.

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