6. #69. Art-O-Mat (Shrunken) Skulls
I like the idea of being able to produce small pieces of art in a large quantity. If you look closely, no two skulls are alike. That means that he hand drew, cut and punched each one before shrinking. Shrink plastic is a relatively easy product to draw on. I've made many things with it. The shrinking part can be very tedious, because the plastic curls up as it heats and has a tendency to stick to it's self or another piece while shrinking. This is hard to fix. Making piece in this large amount takes a lot of time and patience. It's an inexpensive and useful way to promote yourself. It's neat to know that there are many people walking around NYC with a small piece of his art.
**Flashback Friday was a weekly countdown of the fan selected top 52 skulls of Skull-A-Day 1.o. Each week during year 3.0 The Skullmaster posted the original skull along with some additional commentary in order from lowest to highest rated, with the #1 skull appearing in the last week of year 3.0, all 52 can be found here.