Saturday, October 13, 2007

132. Candy Skull

Arranged Candy (20" x 26" [51cm x 66cm]). I made this one specifically for use on the cover of an upcoming issue of Brick Weekly.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

sweet!

Terry said...

Very, very nice.

neuroticmeeps said...

I think I just turned diabetic.

Kim said...

Just in time for Halloween! I love Halloween, but it's not really celebrated in Australia. :(

Tim said...

He looks very surprised that he's looking leftwards.

Gillian McMurray said...

Where did all that candy come from and , more importantly, where did it go? What a sweetie.

baken411 said...

A skull so sweet i could die

Another Limited Rebellion said...

Thanks guys!
It took a little searching to find non-branded candy (since I didn't want to have legal issues with the image being in print). In the end a chain drugstore was able to fill the bill. Most likely it'll end up being eaten by trick-or-treaters.

Anonymous said...

I'm sure you're familiar with the Mexican tradition 'Day of the Dead'. You should go to Mexico, specifically to Oaxaca to be part of the celebration. The skull and skeletons are a central part of the celebration.

ckw said...

love the candy skull- i have a pic of some guiness chocolate cupcakes that were skull powder sugared on top--as a tribute to your skull a day at my dia de la calavera gallery event--how do i send it to you? i am tech challenged. thanks for all your imagination-

Six Degrees of C said...

1. The Strangeloves wrote ‘I want Candy

2. ‘I want Candy’ was parodied on The Simpsons

3. The Simpson’s Theme was written by Danny Elfman

4. Danny Elfman was the signing voice of Jack Skellington

5. Jack Skellington has a Skull

6. Skulls and Kevin Bacon were both mentioned in the same article

Amanda Michael said...

My favorite skull so far. Very sweet.

Jay- Jay said...

I love the candy skull

Whimzkulls said...

Submit to the Schaedel Contest in Nov. Darling!

Noah said...

What is the Schaedel Contest??

Tracy said...

Yay!!!!