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This Scrap Metal Skull Sculpture Is Making Me Nuts

by Paul Strauss
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There’s something about skull art that I find really intriguing. Perhaps it’s that skulls are something that all of us have in common, or it’s just that they remind us of our mortality. I’m really digging this skull sculpture, made from recycled bits of metal.

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It was made by the guys at Thailand-based Metal Model House, using scrap metal and a whole boatload of nuts welded together to create its main form. I wish the teeth had a bit more detail, but it’s still a pretty awesome sculpture. I like to imagine that they’re metal dentures he had to get after he drank too much Coca-Cola.

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You can find this awesome metal skull over at Metal Model House’s Etsy shop for $259(USD), but if that’s too much for your budget, you can find lots of other cool metal sculptures over there, including a sweet set of metal dinosaur skeletons, and a metal Big Daddy from BioShockIf you buy two or more items from them, you can get 15% off your order too!



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