Another slew of superlative submissions! (received 3/03 - 3/11)
Andy Brown made this terrific elevator button skull in his apartment building (though I definitely would not have like to have been stuck on the elevator afterwards!).
Moose spotted this fantastic image on VVork from an exhibition at the Palais De Tokyo in Paris. [My assistant Kristin says: "I saw this exhibition in person, and this skeleton really was quite amazing!"]
Jefferson Hayman made these beautiful photographs!
My friend Eliza pointed out the clever work of Jason Freeny on Ectoplasmosis!
Leo Bella discovered this elevator skull face!
S.3 made this wonderful paper toy as well as a bunch of other awesome skull themed works like this...
Daniel Spehr a photographer from Switzerland has created a lovely new book of images from Buenos Aires, including several pages of stencil art skulls! You can see more images from the book (or even buy a copy) HERE.
Glittergirl shared a photo album of all the skulls around her house, including this these really nice guitar knobs and planter!
My agent Kate was the first to point out this awesome ad for Craftsman on Neatorama! (Thanks to Jackie and Dave for letting me know about this as well)
Eric suggested I make a skull out of cinnamon toast!
Sedrik at Evomo shared this awesome t-shirt, appropriately entitled Braincase designed by Bryan Thombs, which can be bought HERE! And Scott B., an avid mountain biker, liked the image so much that he had it tattooed on his arm by John Cseri!
Lauren's cousin owns this rad 96 Yamaha Virago 1100. The eyes light up red when you hit the breaks!
Rot shared these skulls of the Ghost Dead featured in his annual yard haunt on Halloween night!
Daniele from Italy made this excellent stencil of the mask worn by the band Tre Allegri Ragazzi Morti!
Nate make this incredible illustration on paper that he aged by pouring coffee onto it and then baking it in the oven!
Cobwebs pointed out several great items for sale on Z Gallerie, including this wonderful dinnerware set!
Claire sent in a bunch of great images including this cool decoration on a graveyard gateway around the corner from Fenchurch Street Station in London and these wonderful images she made while playing on Pen beach in Wales!
Kathleen Conahan made these fun pirate flags!
Frequent commenter Monkeygurl made these super cute mitts for her daughter!
Thanks again everyone!
I recently updated the submissions policy so be sure to visit my submissions page before sending anything along!