I went to a Halloween costume party Saturday night, and now I’m officially in spook mode. I dressed as a pirate, with plenty of skull accessories (hat, earrings, necklace, tights, and even a temporary tattoo). Skulls are always fashionable for artsy/rocker types, but it seems like they become more acceptable in the mainstream during October. So I’m using Halloween as an excuse to share with you one of my favorite blogs — Skull-A-Day.
Noah Scalin, the blog’s administrator, is “making a skull image every day for a year.” That’s 365 different skull images! He started the project in June, so there are still many days to come, and I’m curious to see if he can pull it off.
Even if you don’t necessarily like skulls (or if you could care less about Halloween), you should still check out the blog just to see the creative solutions the artist has come up with so far. You never know — one of them might be the spark of inspiration you’ve been searching for to help you complete one of your artistic projects.