Glen showed off his excellent Deadwear clothing line!
West shared this awesome gift he made for a brother-in-law!
Peter Ha sent a whole bunch of great images, including these...
Mel did a fine job building the ReadyMech papercraft skulls (which were the inspiration for my own papercraft skull!)...
and pointed out this fantastic Faithless video...
and she also suggested using M&Ms to make a skull (which clearly inspired me!)!
Anthony j "weird.eye.one" showed off some fun greetings cards he created!...
And here's a desktop pattern tile he made as well!
David Brookfield pointed out this terrific Instructable for making a moss graffiti!
Larry spotted this fantastic light bulb on Spare Room.
Beth Davies showed off her spiffy Xmas tree lights!
Patrick let us know about this cool image in Montreal's LaPresse!
Larry Pearson made a keen video slideshow of his art making process!
Arbyn was the first to spot this creepy entry at FreakingNews.com! (thanks to Tyrone for letting me know about it as well!)
Moose pointed out this amazing piece by James Hopkins at Unitedunderwear! Be sure to check out his portfolio which features several other great skull pieces.
Andy made this nice "all-american" illustration!
Annie made this fantastic dryer lint skeletal figure!
Ludo in France showed off a nifty change purse!
Eric spotted this cool tattoo by Cynthia Rudiz on Flickr!
My friend Grá pointed out the beautiful work of Audrey Kawasaki!
Trin spotted this excellent piece on Seattlest!
Jill was the first let us know about this nifty construction by Monster Brick on Flickr (thanks to Lana McTighe for letting me know about it as well!)...
as well as this wicked piece by Lithomancy on Etsy...
and her own nice works on Etsy!
Monster Maniac spotted this amazing piece by Peter Callesen!
Melissa sent a whole bunch of great art finds including the work of:
Spa Bear showed of friend Gav in Dublin's art for the band Knifed.
My friend Julien shared his friend Dafne's nice New Year's dress...
and some pix he took in Paris!
My friend Ekin in Istanbul made this yummy skull!
Feddie made this creepy skull from his recently shaved beard hair!
Pat did a fantastic job making an apron with my skull stencil!
Dan Springer is (was?) selling these wonderful pint glasses! [which I'd still love one of, if you're reading this Dan]
Sarah spotted this image in the midst of a video for the song Girl by Beck. You can watch the entire video HERE.
My friend Mark pointed out this awesome Perry Bible Fellowship strip!
Dimitri Arbacauskas at Tormentedartifacts.com made this spiffy mask!
Rogerio Caetanorama created this keen illustration. (Site seems to be blocked you can also check out his blogs here and here)
I got this terrific surprise in my take-out sushi the other night. Thanks to Ross @ Sticky Rice for making it for me!
Thanks again everyone!
You are welcome to submit your own found/made skulls at the address in the upper right-hand corner of the site. But please read the following FIRST:
1. Be sure to include your name as you would like it to appear on the site.
2. Let me know if there is a website you would like YOUR name linked to.
3. I would prefer if you made or took the images yourself.
4. If you find the image online you MUST do the following or it will not be included:
- Do NOT send just a direct link to an image file (jpeg, gif, png, etc.).
- Attach the actual image in the e-mail.
- Give the name of the original artist (and a link to that artists' work if available).
- Provide a link to a web page where the art came from (if it wasn't directly from the artist's site)
6. If you send multiple items I may only pick one or two to include, so be selective if you can.
7. I won't repost items I've received before so be sure to check previous Braincase posts.
8. Please be patient it will take around 5-6 weeks for new submissions to be posted.
9. Don't forget you can see your items in the sidebar right away if you post them to Flickr and include the tag "skulladay".
p.s. I case you were wondering it took 3 hours to make this entry!