I'm a huge fan of street art, but understand that the best achieves a delicate balance between installation and vandalism. At its worse, it's tagging, and destruction of property. Unless, of course, you use soapy water to adorn dirty surfaces.
Skull soap-on-a-rope. We'll be the first to admit, this certainly isn't a super innovative project, pushing the boundries of materials and creativity. BUT! Checking out this super-quick (fifteen second) tutorial does share some pretty cool maker nuggets - like the fact that they make super-easy-melt-and-pour soap, and you can use shaped ice-cube trays to make all sorts of cool projects. Plus, when it's all over, you've got skull-shaped soap on a rope. Which is pretty cool.
The next time you have a subterranean, cathartic bro-battle, and you need to clean your wounds, don't reach for just any pink bar of soap. Go for the real (replicated) thing.
"Replica Fight Club Soap bar cast in useable soap and colour matched with safe soap dye.Absolutely not made in the same way they were in the film."