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Skulls

Black Skull Candles

Black Skull Candles
$27 set/3  Buy Comment

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.

Geode Skull

Geode Skull

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.

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Skull Cast Iron Dish

Skull Cast Iron Dish
$23  Buy Comment

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.

Icon Whiskey Stones

Icon Whiskey Stones
$14  Buy Comment

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.

Deadbeadz Bracelet

Deadbeadz Bracelet
$45  Buy Comment

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.

Skull Shot Glasses

Skull Shot Glasses
$10/set of 4  Buy Comment

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.

Skull Cave T-Shirt

Skull Cave T-Shirt
$29  Buy Comment

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.

Day of the Dead Belt Buckle

Day of the Dead Belt Buckle
$200  Buy Comment

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.

Skulledelic Poster Print

Skulledelic Poster Print

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.

Pocket Skulls

Pocket Skulls
$30  Buy Comment

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.

Neon Skull Lights

Neon Skull Lights

Artist Eric Franklin creates incredible, luminous skulls from flameworked glass, filled with neon and mercury gas. We think the next Terminator should look like this. Available from Artworks Gallery.

Skull Tidy

Skull Tidy
~$61  Buy Comment

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.

3D Printed Filigree Skulls

3D Printed Filigree Skulls
$65-$480  Buy Comment

Joshua Harker designed these intricate skulls using his computer and the latest in 3D printing technology. They range in size from 2.5″ to 7.4″ H. Also available in a variety of colors and materials.

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Chocolate Skulls

Chocolate Skulls
~$8  Buy Comment

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.

Basket of Skulls

Basket of Skulls
$400-$450  Buy Comment

Looking for that finishing touch for your room? Check out these creepy, yet awesome baskets and buckets filled with porcelain skulls by Minnesota artist Cyrus Swann. Single skulls start at just $20.

Minuskull Speakers

Minuskull Speakers
~$2150+  Buy Comment

Packing a pair of Fostex Fe-83 speakers for eyes and a small subwoofer in its head, this compact amplified speaker is perfect whether your room has a pirate theme, or you just like skulls.

Chalkboard Skull

Chalkboard Skull
$42  Buy Comment

Perfect for tracking the next person on your hit list, this plastic skull model has been covered with enamel chalkboard paint for these and other random evil thoughts. Totally beats sticky notes.

Skull Hobo Nickels

Skull Hobo Nickels

Over the years, these soft metal coins have been re-sculpted with creepy skulls. If the U.S. mint started producing these, they’d be the only currency we’d use. Dig around on eBay for some.

Seven Deadly Sins T-Shirt

Seven Deadly Sins T-Shirt
$23  Buy Comment

Joby Cummings has woven the 7 deadly sins into the unmistakable likeness of a skull, while also providing a convenient way to keep track of how to avoid eternal damnation. Thanks, man.

Plastic Utensil Skeleton Art

Plastic Utensil Skeleton Art

British designer Elliott Mariess utilizes plastic forks, spoons and other similar recycled materials to create his amazingly frightening skeletal art, collectively dubbed as Waste. (Thanks Mudit!)

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666 Silver Skull Watch

666 Silver Skull Watch
$129  Buy Comment

Ahoy! Fresh off the boat from Barcelona, Spain, these cool timepieces are covered with one or many pirate skulls on their stainless steel cases, and adorned with shiny silver leather bands.

Laser Printed Skull Rings

Laser Printed Skull Rings
$60  Buy Comment

Nobody will question your masculinity with these tough-ass looking skull rings from Duann Scott. Each one is designed using 3D modeling software, then laser-sintered together, particle-by-particle.

Muerte Dulce Tee

Muerte Dulce Tee
$22  Buy Comment

Prepare for Dia de Los Muertos with this awesome Muerte Dulce t-shirt; it’s got a great New Orleans kitschy skull thing going, with three colors dyed into a black American Apparel tee.

The Last F*ckin’ Unicorn

The Last F*ckin’ Unicorn
$18  Buy Comment

The Last F*ckin’ Unicorn makes no apologies for being badass, with a naked chick riding a dragon spewing out a flaming skull that’s trying to eat a unicorn. Try and read that 10x fast.

Metallica Headphones

Metallica Headphones
$50  Buy Comment

You don’t have to be a greying rocker to appreciate these limited edition Metallica headphones, made in collaboration with Skull Candy. Choose from two designs: Hesh or Lowrider.

Traditiona Snake Tee

Traditiona Snake Tee
$20  Buy Comment

The serpentine lines and RGB color scheme of Traditiona’s Snake t-shirt is Japanese inspired, but we’re glad they also threw in some rockin’ skulls at the bottom. Note: tagless and slim-fit.

Jamungo Sqube

Jamungo Sqube
$40  Buy Comment

Jamungo’s iconic Sqube combines the best of both worlds, with a skull-motif and straight, rectilinear design. A recessed, cubical notch allows you to interlock multiple Squbes.

Urban War Fair Mini Skully

Urban War Fair Mini Skully
$10-$25  Buy Comment

Urban War Fair’s Mini Skully comes in at 4″ and is ideal for cubicle jockeys; the little vinyl skulls ward off evil spirits, annoying coworkers and nosy bosses. Buy pre-painted or DIY.

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