31 Days of Halloween: Day 1: Skulls

Welcome to 31 days of Halloween! Since Halloween is our favorite month, we've decided to showcase some of our favorite art, products, and more. Usually when people go crazy about a Holiday a month in advance, it's excessive. Halloween is the exception. 
 

SKULLS

Born in 1978, Haroshi is a self-taught Japanese artist, currently based in Tokyo. He creates full-scale, three-dimensional, wooden sculptures with used skateboard decks.
 
 
Dimitri Tsykalov was born in 1963 in Moscow, Russia. He lives and works in Paris.
 
MARKUS LINNENBRINK Born 1961 in Dortmund, Germany now lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He uses a lot of linear, dripping color.
Sugar Skull Spoon on Amazon
 
Fused heads, Mutter Museum
Cyclopia (also cyclocephaly or synophthalmia) is a rare form of holoprosencephaly and is a congenital disorder (birth defect) characterized by the failure of the embryonic prosencephalon to properly divide the orbits of the eye into two cavities. Its incidence is 1 in 16,000 in born animals, and 1 in 250 in embryos, one in 2,500 that end in miscarriage.
 
 Scott Dow does chainsaw carvings with Animalistic Art.
 
Skull-A-Day is the creation of artist Noah Scalin. It began on June 4, 2007 as a personal daily art project and went on to become an international community of skull fans sharing their art.
In the interactive installation “What Will You Leave Behind?” by Nino Sarabutra , visitors are invited to walk on 100,000 miniature porcelain skulls that cover the floor of a gallery.
 
The skull of an Owl Monkey, which evolved disproportionately large eyes to suite their nocturnal lifestyle.
 

 Awesome Skull Blogs:

 The world's largest variety of skull-related products in every imaginable category!
 
 From skull art to skull sculptures and from skull jewellery to skull toys!
 
Skull-a-Day began as as a personal daily art project and went on to become an international community of skull fans sharing their art.