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Tag: Skulls

Skull Eyeglass Holders are a Deathly Vision

Skull Eyeglass Holders are a Deathly Vision
Skulls: I find them fascinating. They’re a reminder of our own mortality, and my wife also likes to remind me mine is unusually thicker than others. Whatever that means! Crafted by Etsy shop G7T6 Design, these Human Skull Eyewear Stands are hand-cast and painted to provide a unique way to store and display your eyewear with a serious memento mori (Latin: remember that you must die) vibe.

Sensory Deprivation Skull Chair: My Evil Lair Demands It

Sensory Deprivation Skull Chair: My Evil Lair Demands It
You know, I was just thinking the other day; I would probably do much better thinking in a skull-shaped sensory deprivation chair. Of course, I didn’t do that thinking in a skull-shaped sensory deprivation chair (I was laying in the shower), so maybe it wasn’t my best thinking.

Skull Fireplace Logs: S’mores, Anyone?

Skull Fireplace Logs: S’mores, Anyone?
Have nosey neighbors who like to snoop around your backyard? Why not scare them off by burningĀ these awesome gas fireplace logsĀ which look like charred human skulls? Myard makes these fantastically gruesome skulls using lava granules, heat-resistant ceramics, and a steel structure underneath.

Star Wars Gets Dead

Star Wars Gets Dead
While Darth Vader and a few Stormtroopers might be dead already, and Boba Fett (nearly) perished in the Sarlacc pit, many of the other Star Wars characters have lived on. But if you’re to believe these images by artist Jeff Hulligan, several key characters are now among the dead (or the undead, if they’re Star Wars zombies.)

Maurice Mbikayi’s Keyboard Anatomy

Maurice Mbikayi’s Keyboard Anatomy
Check out these freaky keyboard creations by Maurice Mbikayi. He uses the keyboards to represent various parts of the human form, but I personally like the look of the keyboard skulls the best.