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

Gregory Halili, a Philippines-born artist, has created this most beautiful series of carved pearl skulls. I think it works so well, not only because of the expert craftsmanship but also because pearls have a similar resemblance to bone so the skull actually looks like a skull. Funny

Nickel carving originated in the 18th century and the coins themselves were referred to as Hobo Nickels - the name is derived from the great depression when unemployed artists spent their time carving these little pieces of art in the hope to make some extra