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Ever wondered what walking on a horse’s legs and hooves would feel like? Check out the work of Seattle artist Kim Graham, inventor of Digitigrade Leg Extensions, which–no joke–enable the wearer to walk and, if they dare, prance, more or less like a horse.

Envision an upright centaur (or, more accurately, a satyr). Not easy to picture? See the photos, or the YouTube video.  

(A quick giggle from the FAQs on Graham’s site: "Level surfaces are easy. Sharp inclines are difficult and stairs are downright touchy. These can go out of doors for Renfairs and a day in the park. No, you cannot roller skate in them

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