Deathly Art: Bali Skulls

I recently came across this amazing photo of a crocodile skull engraved with hand made carvings of embellishments and a sitting Buddah..

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Pretty amazing right? I know. It’s almost surreal! 

The dedication this work of art must have taken is unimaginable. So I searched the web’s nooks and crannies to find the artist and give credit to this glorious art work. Low and behold I found“Bali Organic Arts”!

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They source their skulls ethically, as mentioned on their etsy page and facebook, which is really great and comforting.

The best part? They are affordable!

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They range from 300 $ and up, which is standard taxidermy pricing for something even basic. Needless to say, I’m keeping my eye on this company, they are very talented and unique!

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What do you think about these skulls? Which is your favourite? 

You can buy them from Bali Organic Arts! I don’t sell them.

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