TRAVIS DURDEN SHOWS THE SKELETAL FORMS OF VILLAINS
Artist, Travis Durden (no relation to Tyler Durden), recreated famous villains in skeletal form for his latest project. Not only that, but he imagined them in ornate period costumes, which makes the project rather comical. Take a look at the skulls below:
Scream Ghost Face:
Seriously, these are the dopest decorative skulls you’ll ever find. They are made by Australian artist, Andrew Firth, and are incredibly detailed. The skulls range from bonsai versions to superheros.
You can shop the skulls here. Take a look at the full range:
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I don’t know why, but I’m in love with these porcelain skulls from NooN and K.Olin Tribu. Â There’s two different colorways, Fleurs Rouges and Fleurs Noir. Â These would be great from some room decor.
Continue reading Floral Porcelain Skulls By NooN
I know we got some Star Wars fans in the crowd tonight. This is a pretty dope piece for collectors. Skulls just put these available for pre-order, and they’ll be shipping December 15th.
Continue reading Skulls – The Jedi Five Panel
Coffee table swag for Halloween. Click the image to see it animate and bleed wax from the eye socket. Continue reading Bleeding Skull Candle ($13)
This cool series of edible art was put together by Russian artist Dimitri Tsykalov. The eggplant is my favorite one. Continue reading Fruit And Veggie Skulls By Dimitri Tsykalov
British artist James Hopkins created this series of skulls using different types of shelving and some other household products. Continue reading Skull Bookshelf Sculptures