From taxidermied sloths to Napoleon’s death mask: see Viktor Wynd’s mind-bending cabinet of curiosities in London.
After a tremendously successful Kickstarter campaign, Viktor Wynd raised of his target and The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities, Fine Art and Natural History is now officially open.
The Tent of Trinkets - a museum of small pieces of random stuff belonging to random people (brooch, spoon, button, ribbon) on velvet cushions inside glass boxes; touching the case plays the echo of a memory.
Wet specimens, like at the herpetology exhibit.
Cabinet of Curiosities - Viktor Wynd Museum
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