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Tag: Bones

Dinosaur Bone Wedding Bands Mark the Extinction of Your Single Life

Dinosaur Bone Wedding Bands Mark the Extinction of Your Single Life
A diamond is forever, so how special is that? Anyone can get a diamond. You can’t destroy the things. But a dinosaur bone? That’s awesome. And it says that your love is an ancient and special…

Alien Facehugger Skeleton Made from Real Bones

Alien Facehugger Skeleton Made from Real Bones
As if the facehugger from Alien wasn’t creepy enough, one artist has decided to go out and make himself a Facehugger skeleton. But this thing isn’t just a sculpture, it’s made from actual animal bones.…
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Guns Made from Animal Bones: Shoot to (Road)kill

Guns Made from Animal Bones: Shoot to (Road)kill
As art, these guns made from the bones of dead animals, is pretty awesome. Still, it’s a bit too creepy for my gun-wielding needs. These guns are a lot like checking out a hot Goth chick.…

Art Math: Steampunk Technology + Bones = “Osteomechanics”

Art Math: Steampunk Technology + Bones = “Osteomechanics”
Ron Bell has been a cinematographer for 25 years, but in his spare time he likes to play with bones. And copper. And aluminum. And glass. What does he do with all these components? Why, he…

Cassette Tape Skeleton: Honey, I Made You a Mix Tape

Cassette Tape Skeleton: Honey, I Made You a Mix Tape
This oooey-gooey delicious skeleton is made from the melted down old carcasses of cassette tapes. Artist Brian Dettmer created these guys for an exhibition at the International Museum of Surgical Science, right here in my hometown…
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