By Cory Doctorow at 3:40 pm Wed, Apr 10, 2013
Here's Telma Costa's beautiful, knit skullkerchief -- perfect for staying warm, attending Misfits concerts, or everyday use.
Model appears to already be a skeleton.
She should be overweight like the rest of America!
You should be beaten for beating me to the comment. A pox on your house!
Hmmm. Oddly familiar… http://sjnelson.blogspot.com/2013/02/further-mardi-gras-inspired-work.html
Also can be used for joining the Foreign Legion and/or fighting in Mali.
Why were my comments and the comments of my co-posters deleted? Why this unnecessary censorship?
Edith Head, before and after?
Again, why the deletion of my comments? And no explanation?
I fell victim as well.
Model still looks like a skeleton.
Snowboarders have been wearing these things for a couple years now.
The towel rack behind her makes her look like a nun with skullmask.
OMG is that what that is! I thought she was wearing some kind of hipster retro wimple. Seriously.
As did I.
“hipster retro wimple” <– RIGHTEOUSLY GOOD VERBIAGE THERE
Also in TeamFortress 2:
Skeleton Man from Tarot Witch of the Black Rose (on-going erotic comic since 2000) wears similar and has done for the past 13 years.
Very good comic, if you’re open to a bit of Wicca meets BDSM. If you Google it be advised it is fairly NSFW. Fairly? Very. I’ve been on-line for around a quarter century – I don’t even know how to gauge these things any more.
I want your skull (kerchief)!
I need your skull (kerchief)!
I’ve never understood the appeal of that 50s housewife look. It persists though. Boy, does it persist.
Safe. The quirky non-threatening thing. Like Yaeba… As some one who is congenitally dangerous looking, I’m glad not *everyone* is a fan.
Cute, taken on its own. But unfortunately reminiscent of the skull bandana/facemask thing that’s sooooooooo popular among a particularly annoying type of motorcycle rider.
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