Utterly Magical Hand Carved Skulls That Will Light Up Your Room – Design You Trust

Utterly Magical Hand Carved Skulls That Will Light Up Your Room

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These delicate skull designs are at once both eerie and beautiful. Created by artist Mikhail Bozhok, each piece is carved by hand and features the most incredible details. The Belarus based artist spends hours crafting each meticulous design. Drawing inspiration from lace, crochet textures, architecture, and antique prints, Mikhail breathes new life into dusty bones with his magical skills. Each skull is hand carved and given its own unique identity. Mikhail takes pride in making each skull utterly breathtaking in it’s own special way. Some skulls are even illuminated from the inside.

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