Above: Techno Skull
These resin skulls are created by Richard Symons and have a variety of styles like ‘Techno’ skull and ‘Servo’ Skull, all cladded in tech components and circuits. All of these are individually made and cost on the region of £100, well the Techno skull one is at least.
Check out Richard’s Deviant Art profile here.
Whilst perusing EBAY we found one seller of skull goodness by the name of Longyh118. Yes, a pretty weird name but at least the added “Cool Gift” to their store name. Below is a variety of skulls we found.
Resin replica Alien Kapala ornaments box – $62.99
Airsoft Skull Terror Mask – $62.99
T800 Terminator Skull Mask – $32.94
Skull Mask Prop Cosplay Halloween – $61.99
These small resin skulls are created by Brownister Hen and are entitled Waste. The name is derived from the process in creating these skulls as the waste is the left over resin from his paintings (last image) that is then poured into a mould, creating these one of a kind skulls. These skulls are then sanded and polished. If they turn out well, they are sold, if not, they are pulverized and reused in the painting process.
What is even more remarkable is Brownister Hen’s life story as not only did he lose his parents in a boating accident that left him permanently disfigured with 3rd degree burns but he was miraculously saved by a passing boat. He was 8 years old. You can read the rest of his story here.
These resin skulls are available to buy from his website, they measure 7x5x5, created from resin and pigment, (cm I assume) for $40-$60.
Freelance artist Meg Coleman has some fantastic skull sculptures or in her words ‘Skull-pture’ (Nice one!). She is presently interested in the “beauty of the remnants left after life’. That is probably one of the most beautiful sentences I have read.
Meg currently has two forms of skulls available for purchase. The first and most impressive are the sculptural skull lights. These are cast to represent clear quartz crystal but also come in a variety of styles like marble, green, white or slate. I have surprisingly not seen a skull light like this before and I must say it does look rather fine. Prices are £350-£450 depending on choice of finish.
The second are skulls cast from a silicone mould that can be decorated to any effect. It’s a pretty good looking cranium as far as skulls go. Prices are £120-£250 depending on design.
You can check out some of Meg Coleman’s other sculptural work out by following this link
I have seen this Donald Duck skull a short while ago but has since taken me ages to post about it. This cartoon Duck is called Dunkelheit which I think means ‘Darkness’ and is created from painted resin. Having a look through Jiri Gellers portfolio I notice that he is also a massive fan of skulls. He tends to explore the darker side of pop culture and what better way to illustrate his point better than by using the iconic skull. I really love the minimalist and ultra clean aesthetic of his pieces.
Original found on mashKULTURE
Ok it’s not actually called this, but the hair does remind me of the Sweet Tooth from the twisted metal gaming series. This faux bronze resin bust can be found over at Tom Spina Designs. This flaming skull is a sculpture by Robb De Nicola and painted by Tom Spina.