There is something entirely creepy about a human skull that still has hair on. This photograph can be found on Fine Art America and can be printed on a variety of products like canvas prints, greeting cards, art prints, framed prints, acrylic print and metal print.
This skull photograph was taken by internationally known National Geographic photographer Ira Block.
Custom toy skulls by Taiwan based artists ’13′. These skulls are currently sold out (£15 a pop) but one can always hope that they will make another appearance. I would definitely like to see a key chain attached to this, making my bunch of keys pretty bad ass.
Found on Streets of Beige.
Now this is what I call a lavish collection of skulls. The cheapest skull you can purchase on Lion and Sons * is the Original Skull in Black/White at a solid $12,500 (no gemstones) and goes all the way up to the Divora Skull in yellow gold with white sapphires at a cool $34,000.
I wonder if you can add a lightbulb to these and turn them into ludicrously posh desk lamps. Though it might look a little out of place on my cluttered desk among ink pots and stained coffee mugs.
* UPDATE – Lions and Sons does not seem to exist anymore.
This silver skull is currently out of stock on the DL & Co website but when and if they do come back in, expect to splash out $305.