Put some “teeth” into it…

Fantich & Young, London based artist duo Mariana Fantich and Dominic Young, created a series of conceptual sculptures – “Apex Predator“,  set to address parallels between social evolution and evolution in the natural world. The original Apex Predator—described as predators with no predators of their own, residing at the top of the food chain.

APEX PREDATOR |OXFORDS | SCULPTURE | 2010 

Barker Oxford shoes inlaid with 1050 false teeth

 

APEX PREDATOR | WILD WEST | SCULPTURE | 2014

 

Wild West Boots, dentures, spurs

 

 

APEX PREDATOR | MARY JANE | SCULPTURE | 2014

Junior girls shoes, dentures.

 

 

 

 APEX PREDATOR | EMPIRE | SCULPTURE | 2014

Jimmi Choo Empire Shoes, 500 teeth dentures.

 

APEX PREDATOR | ALPHA TOTE | 2014

teeth, hair, bones

Check out other works by Fantich & Young on http://fantichandyoung.co.uk/ 

Image © fantich&young

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