How do you get your kids to eat their eggs? Simple — scramble them. Kids love scrambled eggs. Or is that me? More of a hard-boiled fan? Enter the EGG-A-MATIC t-rex skull egg mold (affiliate link) from Fred.
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.
Have nosey neighbors who like to snoop around your backyard? Why not scare them off by burning these awesome gas fireplace logs which look like charred human skulls?
Myard makes these fantastically gruesome skulls using lava granules, heat-resistant ceramics, and a steel structure underneath.
If your home decor is lacking, perhaps you just need some more skulls. These decorative unicorn skulls should do the trick just fine. Each resin skull is hand-painted and polished and looks like what a real unicorn skull would look like if they existed.
A few years back, an artist created a sculpture of what Pac-Man might look like in the real world. The image was simultaneously adorable and disturbing, and made me wonder what the yellow dot-gobbler’s insides might look like.
If you want to make your fires look badass, there’s only one way to do it. Throw in a demon skull or two. You can toss them in your fire right next to those human skull logs that the same company was selling a while back.
Sometimes Amazon’s Alexa gives creepy responses. Just do a Google search. You know how to make it even creepier? By turning Alexa into a talking skull. No, that’s not creepy at all.
Mike McGurrin created this abomination – it’s the virtual assistant you never ever wanted.
This is the creepiest thing you will see all day. I promise. This mechanical skull comes from Japanese sculptor Y Nakajima, and is inspired by Theo Jansen’s Strandbeest. I’m telling you now, don’t watch unless you want to have nightmares.
This skull chair is perfect for your career as a Bond villain or comic book bad guy. When you sit down in this thing and pet your cat, people will know you mean business. Now all you need is a mansion to put this in and a shark tank.
Etsy shop Faust and Company specializes in detailed rubber masks. One of its offerings was this realistic replica of the Pokémon Cubone’s skull mask. In case you didn’t know, the official explanation for the mask is that it belongs to the Pokémon’s dead mother.
The second I saw this weird egg mold, I was reminded of that scene in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom where they eat brains right out of monkey skulls. This egg mold makes your hard boiled eggs look like tiny skulls.
If you are strumming on a 19th century Lyre like this one, made from a human skull, antelope horns, skin, gut, and hair, you are probably the creepiest minstrel ever and should lock yourself up immediately.
You know how forensic artists are. They can’t pass up an opportunity to take a skull and see what it looked like when it was alive. They might even be curious to see what the skull-shaped bottle of Crystal Head Vodka looked like, had it been living.