Tons o' submissions from tons o' people (received 2/1 - 2/7)
Cassaro shared Rip Slyme's awesome video "Speed King"! [Thanks for the correction Amber!]
Lana pointed out this rad skull-like leaf!
Deborah sent this fun unintentionally skull-y sketch as well as this skull she made out of ginger roots!
Moose found this wacky propeller beanie!
Alan saw these beautiful dolls in a store window in San Francisco!
WerwolfBlutfuss shared this nifty illustration he did in MS Paint, as well as this cool shot of his desk!
Vince Falconi stepped outside his house one morning and spotted this creepy plastic bag!
Nena Nguyen from Canada made this sweet skull bandanna!
Adam & Jen McClanahan got appropriately decked out for a Halloween shindig!
Alex from Brooklyn, NY spotted something mighty skull-like on the bottom of his phone!
(83) found this cool album cover/logo for the Japanese all-girl ska group Oreskaband!
Suzanne from Orting, Washington saw this spiffy Grow Skull in a toy store in Sumner, WA!
Mogy (peeking in on the right of the image) from Brisbane, Australia shared more of his great airbrush work! This piece, inspired by the art for Evil Dead 2, is called "Lady Luck"
Brainbug shared this spooky screenshot from the 1974 film, The House on Skull Mountain!
Brad from Ohio reminded us of the "ultimate skull machine"!
Patricia sent this lovely photo she took along with this quote...
"We were a silent, hidden thought in the folds of oblivion, and we have become a voice that causes the heavens to tremble."
- Kahlil Gibran
Eliot Phillips from hackaday.com showed off the logo for his blog which features a different hardware hack every day!
Zaz from Paris, France knitted this lovely sweater in bonbon pink!
Willie was inspired by Skull-A-Day to creaet his own daily blog: Year of Beer!
Christiane suggested some great ideas for future skulls including topiary, twisted balloons, finding a constellation in the stars, a group of people lying down in 2D or 3D-skull-form, mowing a lawn into a skull shape or making a skull crop circle, ice skating around a skull shape, a skull igloo, and a skull spider web!
Sara did a great job using my Stylized Stencil Skull as a pattern to hand print this bag with a dye she made from grape juice! Directions for making the dye can be found on her blog!
Anthonyturducken shared his pix of these amazing costumes worn by the Skeleton Krewe during Mardi Gras in New Orleans!
Thanks again everyone!
To submit your own skull art, visit the submission page HERE.