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Skull-King

A skull tattoo – ‘mmm, not so good’ – but a Skull in your interior is cool, bringing your dark side out and aesthetically breaking straight lines. Stone, timber, rock, crystal…whatever works for your place.  Ed Hardy did it the wrong way back in the ‘naughty’s’ so make sure there’s no diamond embedding or ‘pink’ in the vicinity. Also try to stay away from ‘real’ human skulls. Best place to buy some great ones: The Evolution Store NYC – they have the best selections around.

The Evolution Store
120 Spring Street
New York, NY 10012

Here are some that I liked more recently on my travels and can easily adapt into an interior space.

Sydney, Australia

Anthony Spon-Smith

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