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Quirk Gallery is hosting an exhibit of Noah Scalin’s skull art. The exhibit displays many of the works featured in Noah’s book “Skulls” as well as a few new pieces, like the sheet-metal skull above. The sheet-metal skull is nearly four feet high and is the same pattern as Noah’s cardboard skull design that we produce (albeit a bit smaller). If you’re in the Richmond area be sure to stop by Quirk and check out the exhibit.
Skull measures: 8 x 5 x 7 inches
Limited Edition of 1000 signed and numbered pieces in either white or brown.
Design by Noah Scalin as a part of his Skull-A-Day project.
Noah made a skull every day for a year and documented the project in his new book SKULLS
Why skulls? Noah answers, “why not?” He’s always found them fascinating—and these days, they’re found on everything from t-shirts to bumper stickers.
Click here to visit our online store and purchase Noah’s great skull design.