Neozoon: Artists Taking Fur… Full Circle

Written by Vivianne

Neozoon, an European collective of female artists interested in “the relationship between man and animal in a western urban surrounding,” created between Paris and Berlin a shocking series of guerrilla installations using discarded fur coats.

Their goal? To make great art out of trash (surely one of our generation’s most important creative leitmotiv) but also to revive the ethical discussion as to how the fashion industry treats animals… Check it:

Below: Propaganda around Parc de la Villette, the site of some of the largest slaughterhouses in 19th-century Europe.

This cow is awarded “Best Climate Killer”

The streets of Paris turned into a zoo…

Read a great article about the movement on

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