Using skulls as decoration is normally reserved for the twisted and evil, like voodoo witch doctors, or Predator, or fans of the movie Ghost Rider. Finally making them artful enough for the common man: Skull House.
From a Northern MN potter who dabbles in skull-craftery on the side, these surprisingly non-morbid porcelain replicas are carved and glazed by hand after being born in a mold process called "slipcasting", also an art practiced by anyone who's tried to go fly fishing without proper footwear (get those Tevas, son!). Some of the best include:
Skulls With Truck These tiny dome-bones ride the flatbed of a vintage toy truck with axles/wheels that've been switched out for oversized skateboard trucks, so basically an Adorably Tiny Gravedigger.
Cobalt Dragons Skull Perched on a salvaged wood base, this guy rocks intricately carved dragon images that're inlayed with a "deep cobalt glaze", aka the look that comes over a dude who really likes mid-sized Chevys.
Skulls And Savage Table Constructed from salvaged farm implements, fasteners, and a wood timber, this table is populated with five shiny metallic skulls, leading Papua New Guinean Louie Anderson to ask "where's the guac?".
Should adorning your home with mini skulls not be your bag, the artist also makes less visceral pottery, plates, and other "everyday stonewares", all useful for making your house look a bit less like a drab, completely unimaginative Cage.
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