Posted by marc September 28, 2016

These glass sculptures are far more interesting than that shitty Crystal Skulls movie. Designed by Turkish artist Ali Bakova, the skulls have a subtle angular design to them, and even more strikingly, alternate between lighter and darker colors of glass, twirling around the sculptures inside and out.

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They're cut off below the nose, giving the impression that they're sinking into the surface. You can buy them here with prices topping off under $500 for the more complicated designs.

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Solid color variants are also available, such as white, black, bronze, and silver.

Via NOTCOT.com

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