Take Unicorn (2013), for example. Here, the artist began with a stuffed, cotton candy-pink pony with silver hooves and a plush white mane and a tail tied with a small pink bow. To transform this pony into the mythical unicorn, he impaled the innocent stuffed animal with a large crystal, the tip of which sticks out from the middle of its head, and then wired up its body from within, so that it emits a warm yellow glow. Nearby, The Bunny (2013) stands perkily atop a wooden base. Its fur is matted, as if it had once been too well loved. Bainbridge has sliced open its body and replaced its stuffing with a curled piece of chicken wire, which can be seen through its opened pelt.