A highly unusual collection of teddy bears was shown by wool designer and sculptor Stephanie Metz. These are not the bears' "bodies" themselves, but their skulls and embryos. It is difficult to say what made the author make such decisions, but, probably, this is a way to declare himself.
By the way, very original. Let's see what the designer himself says about this art form:
“This is a pseudoscientific study of the morphology of skulls: the shape and structure of each differ from each other, and it is important to find these differences and identify them. My task is to investigate the object, present it and explain it in an accessible form. The subject of the research is teddy bears: cute creatures created by man are capable of evoking a lot of emotions, both positive and negative."
One can only agree with the author in this regard, because some people are madly in love with bears, while others are really annoyed. However, such a form cannot fail to interest. Unless a child should buy it - he will be scared.
Designer: Stephanie Metz