Really liking these tribal resin skulls from the talented Monte Ward based on the tribes of the Dayak, Asmat, Ifugao & Naga. Ward creates these buy using "first genertation resin casting of a real human skull", which he then carves into, weathers and paints.
We're happy to welcome the arrival of our newest SAS artist to our skull shop - Zane Wylie. The carved skulls are museum quality heavy cast resin and marble dust reproduction of the real human skull that was carved by Zane. The mold was crafted by
One of our previous posts showed some insane skull carvings on buffalo skulls available from Beachcomber (Yorkshire, England) has smashed out almost 200K Stumbles on StumbleUpon (not sure if that sentence is correct). Anyway, they are awesome. We have posted a few times about these amazing
This coconut skull has found it's way into the dark folds of the Skull Appreciation Society and we all welcome you. This fiendish mask-like skull was carved by skull nut (badum tish) Scott Middlehurst, a self taught artists hailing from Canada. Scott has made me
This amazing sheep skull sculpture was created by the amazing Shane Wilson (featured on here before) and is definitely one of the best skull sculptures I have seen. This was a commissioned piece by a man who hunted the sheep (that does sound amusing) and
This transformation mask, carved from cedar wood, is inspired by traditional Native American masks. These masks are normally used in tribals dances with the outer mask being an animal visage that opens to reveal an inner carved human face. This is Anthony Santellas version and
The Asmat Tribe, from Irian Jaya Indonesia, collect and worship ancestor skulls to remember their deceased family members. The tribes all decorate the skulls differently, in this case the Asmat Tribe use feathers, seeds and carved sea shell rings to decorate their skulls. We found these