I just got back from getting a filling at the dentist and I'm not even upset about it. That's because my dentist has this head scanner that takes a 3D image of your skull. I was beyond excited to see what my brain case looked like but no one offered to show me. We're getting down to the end of things and I bring up the fact that I really really want to see my skull before I leave. The hygentist's eyes lit up and told me that no one has ever asked to see it before. I found that hard to believe but wasn't about to argue. She pulls it up on the computer and there, in as much detail as if you had peeled my face off and taken a look inside, are all the nooks and crannies of my head. I really want to find a way to have it 3D printed, so if anyone has any ideas please let me know. I think it would make a great candy dish.
You can't go wrong with having a few skulls laying around the house, especially when they won't implicate you in any criminal proceedings. Now make that sucka porcelain with a distressed gold finish and you've got yourself a work of art ready for MTV's Cribs. Noon and K. Olin Tribu have released a number of skulls in the past but this one is by far my favorite. I love that "freshly discovered" look of items that were long buried and are just seeing the light of day for the first time in many years.
If you're as in love with this as I am you better get moving because only 50 of them exist in the entire world. You can secure one now by visiting www.artandtoys.com.