You know what I always say "you can never have too many skulls." Seriously, go ahead and get yourself a nice skull and tell me you don't instantly want another. It's like eating one potato chip, you can't do it. Of course I'm only talking about the plastic versions, not the ones that developed inside your face meat. I have a lot of weird stuff in the house, but I don't think I could ever own an actual human skull. I love to go to look at them in museums, but I'm worried about bringing bad juju into my life if I had one just chillin on our dvd player. I'm not even sure how to go about acquiring one. Duh, I could go on the internet, but how would I know which one was right for me? Do they come with biographical information about the person? Do they tell you how they came to own it in the first place? Will some family member want joint custody and insist on taking it out for ice cream every other weekend? I'm just not ready for that sort of responsibility.
I'm gonna stick with faux human skulls I think, like this one from Ron English. Like many people, this skull has fame and fortune in it's eyes, so much so that it warped the actual bone structure. This isn't some crappy prop you can buy at the Halloween store, this is a beautiful work of vinyl art that will impress your guests and brighten your decor. But you can't have one of these beauties if you don't back the Kickstarter campaign that's happening now. You can get everything from a pack of stickers, to one of these skulls in the colors you see above, to having lunch with the man himself. Something tells me he won't be taking you to McDonald's. So follow this link, and help him make this skull a reality.