Les Deux Garçons is a remarkable Dutch artist duo composed of Michel Vanderheijden van Tinteren and Roel Moonen. They met while studying at the Maastricht Academy of Fine Arts and decided to collaborate under the name Les Deux Garçons in 2000.

Their artwork is renowned for its unique and sometimes controversial use of taxidermy (stuffed animals). They combine taxidermied animals with other materials and objects to create surreal and often provocative sculptures. Their work challenges viewers to think about the boundaries between life and death, nature and culture, and beauty and decay.

Les Deux Garçons have gained both national and international recognition for their work. They have exhibited in prestigious galleries and museums around the world, including in the Netherlands, Belgium, France, and the United States. Their art is often seen as a commentary on modern society and the way humans interact with the natural world.

The duo is also known for their craftsmanship and attention to detail, which give their works a high level of artistry. Over the years, they have built a loyal following of fans and collectors, and their work continues to intrigue and inspire with its originality and profound themes.