Is this a horror show, or is this an ethical way of reusing animal waste? The collection is certainly very striking and very wearable. If it weren’t for the title of Roadkill Couture, then we would probably be none the wiser. The topic is very interesting to us at Ethical Eco Art, as from an observer’s point of view, it does question what man’s interaction with nature is.
Why should our reaction to Roadkill Couture be any different to someone wearing a leather jacket, or leather shoes? Is it somehow more shocking to to have a visual reminder of the previous owner?