Skull Walker: A Creepy Scuttling Skull-Creature


Y Nakajima’s “Skull Walker 2.0” used the skull off an older sculpture and a HEXBUG Strand Beast Toy Figure (inspired by Theo Jansen’s Strandbeest walkers) to create this brilliant piece of nightmare fuel.

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