Anthropomorphic taxidermy is the art of stuffing animals dressed in human clothes or engaged in human activities. It started with Queen Victoria who ordered hunting trophy animals to be stuffed as humans for display and amusement of the queen's important guests. She became so obsessed with it that during her lifetime several rooms in the royal castle were occupied with animals stuffed and dressed as humans from scenes of famous books. Anthropomorphic taxidermy is becoming popular again these days, and you can even take anthropomorphic taxidermy classes in Brooklyn.
Photoshop celebrities stuffed as trophy animals, celeb heads mounted on walls, etc. (Make sure your entries are not too bloody or graphic.)