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.

On one drunken night in East London we spied a mischievous little skull through blurry eyes. The skull I’m referring to was a vinyl sticker created by Skeleton Cardboard. We were fortunate enough to find

Hybrid Medical Animation have made a beautiful animation of what the human body looks like doing yoga in X-ray form. Their goal was to create a realistic representation of x-ray imaging. Instead of just creating a still image, they wanted to combine the moves of yoga with this new

Walking skeletons are part of our fun Halloween traditions. Each of these bony characters balances a wine glass to entertain guests at seasonal celebrations. These skeleton wine glasses are available to buy from Pottery Barn. 3.25" diameter, 9.25" high; 13-ounce capacity Skeleton stem is handmade of zinc

This is Full Throttle, a rather unusual skeleton coffee table, and Skelemental's first piece of furniture. Full size skeleton busts, one being strangled by the other. Bronze skeletons on a brushed steel base. Limited edition of just three sculptures. Pretty amazing talent here!

  [embed][/embed] The Beautiful Death: Printed Edition book, available from our skull shop and Illustrated Monthly,  features Beautiful Death Books 1, 2 & 3 plus newly designed additional images. It consists of 88 pages of Royalty-Free ornate death images assembled by Pale Horse and ships from the

This free skeleton wallpaper has kindly been made available by Noah Scalin from Skull-a-Day. It is called a Skeleton Damask pattern and is now available as a DIY PDF download! Noah Recommends: "To make the repeat pattern you'll need to make two copies of this stencil and

THE VALDARO LOVERS necklace is a hand-carved original piece, created by Blue Bayer, was inspired by a recent archeological find. A collector of my work actually turned me onto this image. It's really compelling. " Love you to death

This photographic series by Japanese student-artists Ayako Kanda and Mayuka Hayashi, from Musashino Art University, shows intimate x-ray portraits of couples and depicts human intimacy but without warmth. The images are cold & clinical but I can still feel and see (obviously) the intimacy in these shots. The human

These beautifully shot black and white images by Patrick Gries feature a collection of skeletons (and skulls of course). Patrick received helped from a number of natural history and veterinary museums in France and Monaco to put the series together. I love the stark contrast of the