Giant skull made out of kitchen utensils

A zygomatic bone glommed together from old sauce pots; a mandible constructed from rusty whisks; a maxilla ossified from dinner plates and moustachioed with unwashed spoons. This gloriously sepulchral skull constructed entirely from old cookware and crockery wasy on display in London's Regent Park a couple weeks ago as part of the Frieze Art Fair. The Frieze Art Fair opens in Regent's Park [Telegraph via Gearfuse]
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2 Responses to Giant skull made out of kitchen utensils

  1. Anonymous says:

    Is this the skull that was in Venice in May/June 2007?

    John, San Francisco

  2. Anonymous says:

    This was definitely the stand-out piece of the exhibition. The crime scene was cool too though.

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