Artist and designer Noah Scalin of Skull-A-Day provides a detailed tutorial for carving this clever take on the Jack-O-Lantern.
I'm as intrigued by body art as the next guy, but this is taking it to a whole new (probably really painful) level. These are the hands of Jason Traeger, who had skull-shaped subdermal implants put into the back of his hands. Because, you know, a skull tattoo just wouldn't be creepy enough.
Sometimes I worry that writing too many posts about skull art will make me seem like a…morbid weirdo…but I couldn't help it this time. This skull chandelier by Kelly Lamb was just too cool to pass up.