These are some of the most skull-tastic street art we’ve seen in a work

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in New Art on Tuesday 27 May 2014

We don’t know much about Maldito Juanito, except that he’s from Geneva and does some really fantastic macabre illustrations which he then unleashes on the streets by urban wheatpasting. His Tumblr is filled with loads of pictures of his works which are all quite something. He somehow manages to pull off rawness in a most […]

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Why not adopt a skull this Christmas?

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in New Products on Wednesday 25 December 2013

Philadelphia’s Mütter Museum is now running the SOS campaign to, well, not actually save souls, but skulls (Save Our Skulls, get it?). It’s an ingenious way to get those of us who are way too jaded to get sold on the regular adoption options and would like to do something good for a 150-something year-old […]

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Eat hearty with the help of skull-shaped egg molds

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Products on Saturday 2 November 2013

Have a bit of the macabre for breakfast and your mornings will never be the same. Eat death with a side of bacon, and if you survive, nothing will faze you afterwards. Cranky boss? Psshh I ate death for breakfast. And I went back for seconds. To use this wonderful contraption, just crack open two eggs into the rings and enjoy!

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Unusual 3D coin purses

Annie Churdar Contributor

By Annie Churdar in New Fashion on Tuesday 15 October 2013

If you happen to be in the market for a fashionable cat coin purse, check out some of the playful designs from 3D bags. Not into cats? No worries. There’s a huge variety of unusual 3D designs to choose from. You can literally order a swan, dog, skull, or ginger bread man purse. All the candy […]

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Cocaine skull created in the name of art

Rachel Oakley Contributor

By Rachel Oakley in New Art on Thursday 26 September 2013

Diddo, the conceptual artist behind the womb coffin, jewelry weapons (my personal fave is the diamond ring grenade) and high fashion gas masks is at it again. This time he’s created a skull out of cocaine and gelatin. That’s not a typo!

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Skull made entirely from old typewriter parts

Bridget Barnett Contributor

By Bridget Barnett in New Art on Wednesday 1 August 2012

Californian-based artist Jeremy Mayer has made this skull entirely from old typewriter parts. It is one of a collection of scrap metal works made in cold assembly, meaning Mayer didn’t weld, glue or solder any of the parts together. Impressive.

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From the LAEM Store: Moon Raven jewellery designs

Alison Shepard Contributor

By Alison Shepard in New Products on Friday 22 June 2012

Nature with attitude, jewelry inspired by the crows, wolves, bears, and bones in the world. Handmade in Canada, Moon Raven Designs brings an edgy elegance to antlers, claws, teeth and skulls in their unique pendants and rings. Shop now for their Hummingbird Skull Necklace in the Lost At E Minor online store.

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Metal-influenced pop art by Cezar Berger

Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in New Art on Tuesday 2 August 2011

Brazilian artist Cezar Berger, aka Berje, does the metal-influenced pop art really well, his demons, monsters, melting faces, skulls, and goats taking on a sort of counterculture, skateboarder vibe.

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The real Little Shop of Horrors

Contributions Reader Find

By What's up! in New Products on Saturday 4 September 2010

If you’re looking for the weirdest thing imaginable to buy, Viktor Wynd’s London-based The Last Tuesday Society is really (and we mean, really) the shop for you.

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Stephen D’Ombrai’n at Gosford Regional Art Gallery

Michelle Wilding Reader Find

By Michelle Wilding in New Events on Monday 26 July 2010

Sydney-based photographer Stephen D’Ombrai’n has an incredibly meticulous eye for detail. I love his series of hazy cityscape shots, which he snapped while working as a high rise window cleaner — a prime position to capture our rat race city. Catch his photography, along with hand-painted animal skulls, at his upcoming debut Gosford Regional Art […]

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The Bone Room: an ossified store in Berkeley

The Uncool Hunter Reader Find

By The Uncool Hunter in Cool Travel on Friday 6 November 2009

The owner of the Bone Room had worked in a store that sold reptiles, cobras, and spiders since 1987. Now he’s running his own business where he sells bones of all kinds: from human skulls written with the corresponding natural record to different kinds of animal bones, skulls and even embalmed laboratory rats and dissected insects.

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