The California condor has inspired all manner of crafts. This post shows 17 examples that I found on the web.
Because I do not own the objects below, I only show very low-resolution images.
A traditional bird-related craft is carving hunting decoys from wood. Here is a wood carving of a California condor by Peter Aune (obviously not intended for hunting):
Another wood carving is by “Kurkewicz”:
This replica of the chick Xewe, by Charleen Kinser Designs, is made of leather and wool:
Another chick replica, by Baby Creatures (Italy), purports to be an anatomically-correct California condor. But what’s with the teeth?
A large “mixed media art doll” is by Dancing Vulture Designs:
Utilitarian craft objects include this carved wooden spoon by Aficion Art:
This magnet is from Brandies Mixed Media:
And this mug is by Jackpots:
Toys are a common form of craft work. Here is a wing-flapping “automaton” of a California condor by LoBo Canyon:
Contessa Magdalena created a rattle:
A purely decorative object is this embroidered portrait by Jennifer McBrien:
A “charity pin” was created by Conservation Photos:
Another piece of jewelry is this California-condor inspired sterling silver pendant from Utah-based Paso Por Aqui:
I found 2 belt buckles from unknown creators:
The design of a scarf by Chameleon Canvas was inspired by the California condor’s wing:
Finally, here is a hat by Raymond Hudd. This is from his “Headline News” series and is topped with a California condor egg:
For more craft work inspired by the California condor, click on the ART&CRAFT button under the heading FIND TOPICS located somewhere on this page (depending on your device).