We have all seen the delicately beautiful 3D printed skulls by the amazing Josh Harker and now (well then) we have the pleasure of seeing this sweet collaboration between Harker and The Sugar Lab. Until I saw this sugar skull I never know that you

So in the spirit of busting our own balls over at Mr Four Fingers we decided to create illustrated business cards (Luxe from Moo). The cards are printed one side with our hand logo and the reverse has our details with a blank space left

This porcelain skull was created for Glug desginer meeting in Brighton for a charity auction. I'm not entirely sure what 'Glug' but it has a skull, so that's a good start. This skull was found over at Every Nice Thing and I'm not sure who

I'm astounded at how small these skull rings are, having seen one personally, so I'm surprised it costs $250. Though I guess there is something kind of cool about having your own secret skull, oh yes it also has diamond eyes. There is another option with

These small resin skulls are created by Brownister Hen and are entitled Waste. The name is derived from the process in creating these skulls as the waste is the left over resin from his paintings (last image) that is then poured into a mould, creating

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

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

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.