Skull-a-Day gallery show

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13 Responses to “Skull-a-Day gallery show”

  1. philoponia says:

    Michigan is all chopped in two.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Where’re Hawaii & Alaska? And what’s that thing underneath Arkansas and Arizona?

  3. LOSERKID says:

    it so kol but kinda scary if u think bout it.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Bah, Alaska always gets the shaft.

  5. Bryan Price says:

    I wish Florida and Ohio were that close. It’d be nice to visit my friend in Cincy that close. I live in NE Florida, Jacksonville. :-P

  6. Anonymous says:

    Continental United Skull of America.

  7. pimlottc says:

    The show features 100 original skulls from my Skull-A-Day project (which is the majority of what still exists)

    As bad as the economy is, I’m pretty sure there are still more than 199 items in existence, and that most of them aren’t skulls.

  8. membrain says:

    This skull looks a lot like the outline of Poland.

  9. FactWino says:

    The non-state-looking bit between Iowa and Arkansas. Also, why change the shape of Texas? New Mexico’s southern border with Texas is a straight line, which you can see on NM, but not Texas.

    All griping aside, this whole project is very cool.

  10. Anonymous says:

    FactWino, that’s Michigan’s upper peninsula.

  11. Anonymous says:

    His cardboard skull available here:

    http://www.cardboardsafari.com/

  12. Anonymous says:

    Iowa is under Arkansas and Arizona.

  13. zikman says:

    woot. I’m going to see it today.

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