Sunday, October 21, 2007

Braincase XIV

Two giant scoops of submissions from 'round the world...

Lisa/Lila found this spiffy little monster skull!

Lex10's wife found this cute one and then discovered it got a paint job a few weeks later!

B13 found this nice one at Sand's Point Preserve, Long Island!

Corrine aka jafabrit made this image from a photo of rocks with eyes painted on them set into a skull. She put the image on stickers which end up in places like Yellow Springs, Ohio!

Megan has been collecting images of graffiti in her town including these cool ones!

Yet another terrific batch from Moose!:

Nifty socks from Moth Heaven.

The skull toaster (and more), featured on Tom Wet.

Pottery from Lost Mountain Clayworks.

Kathryn discovered this absolutely amazing mushroom in her pasta sauce!

Lisa T (who fired the tea pot for me, yes it's finally done, I'll post it soon) sent this amazing piece by Richard Notkin.

Stephanie showed off her cool tattoo inspired by traditional New England style gravestones.

Ronaldo did an excellent job making the Papercraft Skull.

Joan M, Mas discovered this neat accidental skull while playing with custom brushes in Illustrator.

Charlie pointed out these cute "skelemingos" available at

Melodie shared this awesome felted wool skull (and Free Pattern) from Lion Brand Yarn.

Kev D made this spiffy "tattoo" of the Quoth The Skull... image using marker, but it did fool his friends!

Mark Conahan took this great shot of a Jay Meer mural at Burnskide skate park (sadly now painted over).

Kaitlen pointed out this terrific recycled vinyl necklace from Vling.

The ever mysterious Citizen Agent showed off his(her?) personal skull mouse!

Artist Dan Springer showed off his great work including this Death's Boogie Van screenprint and one from the Police Target Series.

Sabrina and her husband made these wonderful clay skeletons to be painted at a pumpkin carving party!

Mike pointed out these keen key covers at Perpetual Kid.

Joel Mejiano spotted this great T-shirt over at Everyday Junglist.

Artist Leah Piepgras showed off her excellent paintings!

.dank made these cool stickers in 2004-2005 and posted them all over Seattle!

MrBeefy shared this logo he made for the new free Half-Life2 mod Fortress Forever!

miss2west pointed out another nice skull themed mouse at Mouse Envy.

Sheri found a pattern for making this awesome skull & crossbones lace.

Jamie found this amazing bird poop skull simulacra, luckily it missed their car!

Justin shared this awesome wooden clock sold at Mark Vail Auction Company.

Jay made this lovely stylized skull he calls "seaman".

Jen sculpted this terrific piece (approx. 2" square).

Ake owns this great pillow from Pluto Produkter in Sweden.

Flim made this awesome wallpaper image (be sure to click image for full-size version)!

Kai created this excellent logo for his web personality "Hellyeah."

Deirdre amazingly discovered another skull lurking in my Found Skull #2 photo!

Hobbes sent this sweet note written in the Skullphabet #1 font!

Ekkehard Beck wanted to make sure you knew about the awesome Designers Skulls project. You can also keep up to date on the accompanying skull-themed blog of the same name.

Chocolate City Cracker uses this image for his profile pages!

Sam pointed out this collection of classic skull illusions over at Michael Bach's Optical Illustion site including this image: "L'Amour de Pierrot" from 1905.

Thanks again everyone!

Submit your own found/made skulls at the address in the upper right-hand corner of the site. Please be patient it will take around 4-6 weeks for new submissions to be posted. Don't forget you can see your items in the sidebar right away if you post them to Flickr and include the tag "skulladay".


Gwenhwyfar said...

I shouldn't be this giddy that you posted my tiny skull demon, should I? (But it really did make my day! Thanks!)

jafabrit said...

omg, that teapot ROCKS. I collect teapots, but never seen one like this. Hey thanks for including me :) that is kind of cool considering the awesome company you keep on yer blog.

The Lone Beader® said...

I love Jafabrit's skull!:)

Also, stop by my blog to check out the new skulls I'm gonna make=:)

mim said...

I saw the old vinyl skull in person at Alchemy (shop in Richmond.) Very delicately cut.

Steve said...

I did a shit the other day which looked a bit like a skull. But it dissolved before I could take a picture of it.

Kathryn Thompson said...

I've been waiting for this day for so long. Ah, to be listed on Skulladay!

lila said...

yay! you got my pic! great! cheers, lila (from australia)