Sunday, July 22, 2007

Braincase II

Lots of new submissions from all over! It so fun to see how this project has inspired others...
(click on images to see large versions)


Adrianna, age 6, was inspired by Skull-A-Day to make this amazing skull.




Christine spotted this guy in NYC (after also spotting one of my chalk skulls in person!).





Yoman3d shared his personal collection of skulls.








Rob found this unexpected skull in the scraps that remained from a piece of art he made.












Justin was inspired by Skull-A-Day to make these cool skull drawer knobs. He also shared these decorated skulls he made a few years ago.


My friend Sarah just excavated this Amerindian skull in Carriacou, Grenada. It's from between 300-1200CE.










Brittany discovered this skull inside of a Playskool Gloworm.







Christian was inspired by the United Skull of America to made this United Skull of Eurpoe.






Thanks everyone!
If you want to share your skulls, send 'em to skull AT skulladay.com.

5 comments:

Mica said...

Skull-a-day readers are all so creative!! Glow Worm skull is kinda sad.

Anonymous said...

http://www.hildur.net/Sidur2005/art11.html

Tatman said...

My kid has a glow worm, and now I am contemplating a toy worm dissection. GRUESOME! Also, thanks for posting the pics of my skull knobs, but my name is actually Justin. The other contributions are great. The excavated skull in Genada is the best! Real live DEATH!

ALR design said...

Sorry Justin, error fixed!

Tatman said...

Thanks, Noah. YOU ROCK!