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Skull and Bones Society,
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This review is from: Skulls (Paperback)
I love this book.
The author, Noah Scanlin set himself a seemingly simple task: to make an image of a skull every day for a year. 'Skulls' presents the outputs of that year in a myriad of forms and materials. Scanlin uses everything from light to bread to lipstick to create the works. Some appear to be relatively impromptu creations, whereas others have clearly benefitted from longer periods of development.
Whether you have an interest is the subject matter, 'Skulls' is a really fascinating work documenting the outputs of a long-term creative project. Critically, the work enables the reader to start thinking more broadly about how creative outputs come to light, and also the varied nature and forms of those outputs.
There are also a couple of really nice touches to the work. He showcases the outputs of some of his fan community, and provides some DIY projects for you to do.