Posted by Steve February 19, 2014

Can we all agree that if lava, napalm, or acid ever came in contact with any part of our body we would be very unhappy? I'm glad we all agreed because Cody Hudson and Case Studyo decided to show us what our skull would look like if it did so with "Vibes Melt Down 2043"! Now Cody didn't use a real human skull of course, but he did use porcelain and who doesn't love porcelain. The best part is, it's a incense pun intend, or at least not meant by me anyway. What's cool about this piece is, it has a Halloween like feel to it, but it's also something you can have out all year round. They are 20 cm x 20 cm and come in white, gold, and silver. Now there's only 50 white and 25 gold, and 25 silver so you're going to have to move quick if you want one of these. They will definitely be a great talking piece around skull collectors, vampires, werewolves, mad scientists, Indian Jones, necromancers, wizards, witches, and weirdos. Have fun and be safe. When lighting the incense please be is not a joke! That was my PSA for the day.


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