Artist Eden Gorgós has handcrafted a charming line of skull soaps “Art of Dying” to remind everyone of “symbolic of the brevity of life.” Coming in a variety of colors, these soaps are made with coconut oil, colored with natural clay/herb/flower, and formulated to moisturize without sacrificing lather. All but the white soaps are scented with a combination of essential oils. Solid lotions and unisex cologne are made with Shea butter, Beeswax/Candelilla Wax, and Calendula, Arnica flower, and Chamomile infused Almond oil (and scented with a blend of essential oils).
In the 80’s, Alain Bellino discovered the world of metal and ornamentation in his father’s workshop where he learn gold and silver plating and bronze restoration. After many years practice and research, he becomes a master to make these beautifully detailed metal sculptures with antique metal. Bellino gets special inspiration from the Renaissance period, most of his creations involve vanitas. It was said, Bellino’s work is both iconoclast and highly rigorous, at the crossroads between past and future. Take a look at those amazing sculptures Bellino made. We also includes a set of detailed photo show you how Alain gradually assembled the entire Vader head. Enjoy!
The countdown to Halloween is here and today it’s all about skulls! Yes Skulls! Skulls created by the artists all over the world, in different shapes and by various materials. As symbols of mortality and power, skulls have been used in human ceremony, ritual, and art for tens of thousands of years. They pop up everywhere surround us today. But what is about skulls that makes it so appealing? Let’s take a look at how those creative artists use skulls in their creation as a pre-celebration for the coming Halloween.