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Repurposed bike seat comes back with teeth to bite your bottom

While we’ve been loving these repurposed taxidermy-like bike parts of late, how about adding some taxidermy to bike parts instead? One certainly needs to have an appetite for weirdness — don’t we all? — to appreciate this bike seat sculpture by Vancouver-based artist Clem Chen that has been modified to include a plastic-cast taxidermy mold. Certainly gives new meaning to the term ‘bite your ass’.

Via Design Boom

Clem Chen bike seat
Clem Chen bike seat
Clem Chen bike seat

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