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Emeric Chantier: SKULL

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GORGEOUS CRYSTAL SKULLS

  • Large Geode 4.1” Red Crazy Lace Agate Carved Crystal Skull
  • Geode 6.3” Laguna Lace agate Carved Crystal Skull
  • Rare Titan 10.8” Colorful Mookaite Jasper Carved Crystal Skull
  • Geode Huge 4.8” Red Crazy Lace Agate Carved Crystal Skull
  • Huge 5.0” Red Crazy Lace Agate Carved Crystal Skull

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BODIES & SKULLS

The New Cruelty is a unique creative production agency based in New York. - “A series of still-life images featuring preserved human skulls, bodies and various internal organs.”

LUCY SKULL

Mike Pelletier In 2011 I was invited to create a piece for an exhibition called “Ctrl-Z” curated by 3d artist 

Eric Van Straaten. This was a group exhibition of artworks created by various 3d printing processes. 

The model of the skull was generated from a friend’s dental tomography scan. The form of the object was created by creating an array of copies of the skull, where each successive copy of the skull is scaled, rotated, and moved. The skull starts at life size at the front and ends up rotated 180 degrees and two times larger than life at the back.”
 
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JIM SKULL

Jim F. Faure - Jim Skull creates fascinating, intricate sculptures, inspired by his namesake. These elaborate forms are produced  using a range of materials; from rope, to  papier-maché, tea bags or string. Each become his medium to be appropriated and transformed. He cites his inspiration as the strong cultural heritages of Africa, New Zealand, Asia, and Oceania.

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FLORAL SKULL LEATHER SCULPTURE

Artist Jacky Tsai - "Born in Shanghai, in 1984, Jacky Tsai came to London after completing a BA at the China Academy of Art to study at Central St Martins, quickly making an impact on the fashion world with his iconic Floral Skull design made for Alexander McQueen.  Tsai’s vision is to create an unique marriage between traditional Eastern craftsmanship with contemporary Western pop art.  His time at McQueen, where he worked in pattern design for the brand, created a fascination with fashion and textiles. Printing his striking images on silk, rather than paper, saw his floral skull image achieve critical acclaim." (more)

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SKULL SUGARED IV BY JIRI GELLER

Strongly inspired by pop culture, Finnish artist Jiri Geller - "While - not inaccurately - self-defining as "an outsider, a punk rocker", Geller is also the rare Finnish artist who has both managed to stay close to Finnish aesthetic strengths and traditions and also detonate his own unique brand of post-national, mind-fucker nihilism."

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WAKING THE DEAD

NEW YORK, NY (December 8th, 2012) - Last Rites Gallery presents Waking the Dead, new works by Chris Haas, in what will be his first solo show at the gallery.

Waking the Dead includes nine artistically and uniquely rendered animal skulls that even after death, transpose life and take on a newfound beauty and purpose. In this exhibition, Haas’ skulls are wide-ranging species collected from various parts of the globe and decorated with thoughtful, revered precision resulting in an elegant homage to the animal itself and ever present, cycle of life. Haas work reminds us of the transience of life and that even beauty and sacredness follow all living things beyond the material world.

SKULLS

Mexico-based Artist Vonny Val

  • Turtles on the sky
  • Spring death
  • Death in pink
  • Night in the sea
  • The first day after death
  • Golden Skull
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GOLDEN BOY BY BELLINO ALAIN

France, Nice-based sculptor Bellino Alain (facebook behance)- Thirty years of restoration of bronzes and jewelry culminated in the practice of sculpture in bronze. My technique is special because I reuses the antiques ornaments and give them volume and a new meaning. (previously) 

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CALAVERA

Day of the Dead Skulls, personal work to welcome the fated year of 2012.

Artist ZSO (Sara Blake) - I’m an illustrator, designer, and fine artist living and loving in New York City. ZSO (pronounced |zō|) is a collection of letters that I find aesthetically and phonetically beautiful, culled together from some personally significant people, places, and things. Together they make sound much like “so,” the adverb which means “to such a great extent.” I am a person of extremes, for better or worse (most often the latter), so the ring of it was fitting, and the moniker has since stuck for good.

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THREE JAWS

Macabre Gothic Horror Creepy Spooky Dark Hand Pulled Intaglio Fine Art Print Drypoint Skull

Clara Lieu - I am a visual artist and college professor. I teach in the Division of Foundation Studies at the Rhode Island School of Design. In the past I have taught at Wellesley College, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University, and in the Illustration Department and Printmaking Departments at RISD.

My studio practice explores themes of social isolation and mental illness with an interdisciplinary approach which involves drawing, printmaking, and sculpture. I have exhibited work at the International Print Center New York, the Mills Gallery at the Boston Center for the Arts , the Currier Museum of Art, the RISD Museum of Art, the Chazan Gallery, the Danforth Museum of Art, Bromfield Gallery, the Davis Museum and Cultural Center, and the Boston Printmakers North American Print Biennial.

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STUNNING BEADED SKULLS BY OUR EXQUISITE CORPSE

The psychedelic patterns and colors on skull.

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Loose Germs | David Waters  ”Mr. Skull”

Sculptor Bellino Alain | Golden age (L’âge d’or)

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