Every now and again we find some truly inspiring skull sculptures. We at the Skull Society welcome the superbly talented Bruce Mahalski from New Zealand. This man certainly knows how to awe us with his skull and bone creations. Bruce creates amazing bone and skull sculptures

Wolf Skull Jack not only has wolves in her repertoire but also a load of fine looking skull pen drawings. Wolf Skull is the artist pseudonym of Michelle Harvey, a freelance artist living in England. Wolf Skull Jack has a portfolio

A rock poster can only be made better by adding a skull. This is of course a design rule, known by the pros and written in bone. This skull poster was created by Illustrator and Art Director Juan Camilo Corredor from Bogotá.

We are, of course, great fans of the comic book bad guy Red Skull. But it seems our level of admiration for Red Skull falls far short with that of Henry Damon’s unadulterated fascination. This Venezuelan man has taken body modification to an extreme with

The Witch-king of Angmar was the leader of the Nazgûl or Ringwraiths, and Sauron's second-in-command in the Second and Third Ages. Once a king of men, he was corrupted by one of the nine Rings of Power given to the lords of men and became

These delightful cardboard-cutout skeleton mannequins are from Hans Boodt, a Dutch-based, global mannequin supplier. The main skeleton mannequin, or dude as we call him, goes by the name of KNAAPJE. A true gent and scholar obviously.

These skull rolling pins are the perfect gift for those of you who love a good bake-off. Well, people who like skulls, heavy metal and baking. Although the heavy metal thing is probably BS as skull-loving good people like you don't necessarily have to

The candles were designed by The Jacks, a South Korean-based design team. Their Kickstarter campaign (which has already reached its goal but is still accepting contributions) outlines the journey that their idea took from concept to fabrication. Both candle

Shinji Nakaba is a Tokyo-based jewelry designer who’s been creating since 1974. Everything he makes is wearable, and Nakaba often uses unconventional materials to create his pieces. These intricately carved pearl skulls are an example of his exceptional work. “I just