Thanks, But I'll Just Go the Other Way



Austrian artist Klaus Pichler became intrigued by a stuffed antelope that he saw through a window at Vienna's Museum of Natural History one night. He later toured the museum's taxidermy division and received permission to re-arrange and photograph the displays. Many of his pictures suggest that the animals are interacting with each other or the humans in the museum. If you opened an elevator and found a bear inside, would you share the ride or take the stairs?

Link -via Flavowire | Artist's Website | Photo by the artist

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Notice that the emergency sign is quite firm about where you should run. The shark has thought though this trap quite well. Just pull the fire alarm and get into position.
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"If you opened an elevator and found a bear inside, would you share the ride or take the stairs?"

I think I'd be a startled at first, but then board the elevator while making a Chuck Testa joke.
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