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Terrify your friends and neighbors with your formidable style by scattering this set of three sinister skull candles around your home. Made of evenly burning 100% paraffin, they won’t make you sneeze or gag from a stinky scent.
In the words of Hank Schrader, “They’re Not Rocks, They’re Minerals.” And what a hunk of minerals this is. Carved from Brazilian agate, you’re looking at one of the many awesome geode noggins you can buy from Skullis.
According to our calculations, you won’t be using a crystal bowl to hold your treats for another 30-40 years. Until then, place your mini candy canes, keys or extra coinage into this fun handmade cast iron skull, and savor your youth.
Make your whiskey toasts a little more playful with these black polished soapstone cubes. They come in sets of three and are offered in three different designs.You know the drill – just rinse, refreeze and keep on using them.
Bracelets generally aren’t the most masculine of accessories, but we’ll make an exception for these ones made out of tiny skulls. According to its designer, it’s made from “resin, death, elastic cord, soul, fire, and divine twine.” Also in ivory.
Bucket List item #52: drink out of a skull. Ok, maybe these skull shot glasses aren’t exactly what you were picturing in your mind, but they’re cool, and since they’re sold in sets of four, your friends can join in on the fun too.
We love the imagery in this shirt design from Triple Aught Design. Stand back, and you see a skull. Up close, you see a man, standing tall at the end of a cave, between two trees. Has a US flag one sleeve and TAD logo on the other.
You’ll look like a total bad-ass with this enameled metal belt buckle from King Baby Studio. Embellished with crosses and a skull in the middle, it’s enough reason to tuck in your shirt for once. Comes on a removable leather belt.
Artist and Skull-a-Day creator Noah Scalin designed this cool black and white 24″x36″ print which at once conjures images of 1960s pop art but also stands on its own in any modern setting. Limited edition of just 100 prints.
These palm-sized metal skulls by propmaker Faustus70 are like having a tiny T-800 Terminator you can carry with you. Made from aluminum sheets riveted over a resin form. Buy a dozen, and fill your fruitbowl with ’em.
Fill your head with all sorts of miscellaneous junk – or at least this desk caddy, made to look like like a human skull, and perfect for holding everything from phones and keys to sunglasses and candy.
Feeling like a zombie today? Take a bite of out of one of these tasty handmade chocolate skulls, and recharge with a little sugar fix – or some candy or walnut brains if you really are among the undead.