1. Roadkill Art is a new webseries about taxidermist John Criminger and his young taxidermist step daughter Bree Lee, who learned everything she knows about making a living from the outdoors from John including hunting, fishing, frog gigging and processing wild game for eating.

    In "webisode 1" meet John Criminger, his daughter Bree Lee and his wife Kendra who John taught how to hunt and now does most of the hunting while John runs his deer processing and taxidermy business.

    John has a whole Posse of family and friends that work with him, hunt with him, order art from him, bring deer for processing and hang out chowing down in the back yard as he grills game meat, delicious deer filet's, deer burgers and deer steaks!

    In "webisode 2" John is going to show you one of his fav deer meat recipes. Roadkill Art a way of life for one very outdoor driven family!

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  2. Taxidermist John Criminger not only makes art from animals but he, his posse, friends and customers eat the animals they hunt. John the chef of the family, because his wife Kendra is a nurse on the grave yard shift woking nights, has a slew of game meat recipes including deer meatballs, deer steaks, deer burgers and here in webisode 2 deer kabob's .

    Deer kabob's taste as great if not better than other meat kabob's, follow John making kabob's, try deer kabob's out on your family.

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  3. This webisode is about DEER ART, vibrant art created by South Carolina taxidermist John Criminger. John's best hunting buddy Matt Taylor hangs out with him not only shooting the breeze but in the hopes his deer will be the next one in line to get mounted. If you are a lover of taxidermy you will enjoy watching John prepare the deer getting the skin and antlers ready to be turned into art beautiful taxidermy art!

    Do notice when John hangs the antler's rack on the ceiling bar putting it in line with (WOW) all the other many racks, there are quite a few hunter's anxiously waiting in line to get their deer art, art that will soon adorn a very special wall somewhere in their home, office or garage!

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  4. This webisode titled "Father and Daughter Make Deer Art" features taxidermist's John Criminger and his 17 year old taxidermist step daughter Bree Lee making a gun rack. The hooks that adorn the rack and hold the gun are deer feet. Watch as John and Bree working together go through the complete process of making the deer rack, a rack waiting to hold Grand Dad's gun!

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  5. This video is about Deer Processing, taxidermist John Criminger and his young taxidermist daughter Bree Lee process deer for hunters during hunting season. John skin's the deer, lets them age for seven days hanging in his cooler, weight's the deer, then begins cutting up the deer into meat selections of the hunters choice. John has a form the hunter's fill out for their preference of deer burger, deer steaks, deer roast, deer tenderloin or any or all of the above. Watch John and Bree as they prepare a deer for a customer cutting steaks and making deer burger!

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Roadkill Art

Janet Arneau

Roadkill Art is a web-series about the art of taxidermy the world’s oldest form of art dating as far back as Adam and Eve. The series features South Carolina taxidermist John Criminger and his 17 year old daughter Bree Lee, following in her step fathers…


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Roadkill Art is a web-series about the art of taxidermy the world’s oldest form of art dating as far back as Adam and Eve. The series features South Carolina taxidermist John Criminger and his 17 year old daughter Bree Lee, following in her step fathers foot steps making animal art alongside her Dad.

Not only are John Criminger and his daughter taxidermist but John also has a deer processing plant Bree works with him in preparing deer meat brought in round the clock from local hunters. John is very busy during hunting season with little time to hunt himself so his wife Kendra does the hunting and brings home dinner which John the family chef cooks up, John prefers to feed his family game meat and has a slew of delicious game meat recipes.

Meet a taxidermy family who makes their living not only from animal art but from outdoor life, “Roadkill Art”.  

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