Skull-a-Day gallery show

Noah Scalin sez:
Some images from my exhibition After Life that is currently up at Quirk Gallery here in Richmond, VA. The show features 100 original skulls from my Skull-A-Day project (which is the majority of what still exists) as well as several new large-scale pieces made specifically for this show including: a working sign made from vintage neon pieces, a giant laser cut steel skull, a 9 foot tall laser cut wood version of the United Skull of America, a hand pinstriped car hood, and custom upholstered chairs. The show is up through August 22nd and is the first time any of the work has been for sale.

There are also a couple of events happening at the gallery before it closes: SKULLS FOR KIDS (August 8th 10am-noon); and TEA PARTY (August 15th 2-4pm).

After Life: A Skull Exhibition (Thanks, Noah!)

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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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

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