David Mair

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Crazy Creatures​ (June 2004) was inspired, in part, by Damien Hirst's controversial art pieces of sliced animals in formaldehyde, which included sharks and cows, that I saw at the Brooklyn Museum in 1999.  The players each get a different center to their animal, then place a front or back of another animal onto it based the animal sound they hear. The creatures that are created may include multiple heads and the head or tail of a horse, sheep, cow, or pig.”  The first player to complete an animal with all of the correct body partsis the winner.