Skillful, Spooky: Skull A Day

If you regularly experience a need for more wide toothy grins, try SkullaDay.com

You’ll find skulls skillfully created from substances such as terra cotta, tape, tapestry, even tofu. Just about anything but the actual heads of humans. The site was started over three years ago by artist Noah Scalin, who made, you might guess, a skull each day.  Many of those appear in Scalin’s book SKULLS, along with  skull stories and a few skull projects to make on your own. The site continues on its merry smirking way thanks to submissions from skull-inspired artists everywhere.

Laura is the author of a poetry collection titled Tending and Free Range Learning, a handbook of natural learning. She lives on a small farm notable only for its lovestruck goose.