My face, it’s melting!! How many times have you thought that? If it’s a common occurrence, you definitely need these. It’s a porcelain sculpture called Vibes Melt Down 2043 for use as an incense burner. The picture is self-explanatory. It’s a half-melted skull dissolving into a puddle of gooey skull matter. On a deeper level, it’s an exploratory journey into man’s quest for meaning and sub-conscious examination. It also looks cool on a coffee table.
That? Oh, It’s Just My Melting Skull
Home By on Feb 27, 2014
Liven Up The House With Skull Doorknobs
Home By on Feb 4, 2014
What mysteries await as you slowly turn this Skull Doorknob? An undiscovered world to be unlocked by your adventurous ways. The Skull Doorknob. Many travelers have tried, but none have succeeded. Go ahead, grasp that skull, you are Indiana Jones and this. This is the Temple of Doom. Now fling open the door! Glorious of glories!
Oh, it’s just a twin-sized bed and the lonely glow of a computer monitor. Have any girls ever been in here? Oh well, time for lunch.
Skull Watches by Romain Jerome
Style By on Nov 2, 2012
The skull gets a bad rap. When paired up with that troublemaker crossbones, the ol’ head bone can seem somewhat sinister, when really it’s not. A perfect example of the skull’s style is the Art-DNA watch by Romain Jerome ($23,000). Jerome has collaborated with Swiss artist John M Armleder to create 10 limited edition watches, each one decorated with a skull said to be inspired by Amerindian culture. Each timepiece is individually numbered with an engraving of the artist’s signature, and you’re good for water submerges up to 30 meters.