Recently showcased at the Frieze Art Fair in London, this giant skull is made entirely from recycled kitchen utensils.
The end result is so amazing that focus is lost on the unusual materials the skull has been constructed from. I especially love how unsettling the teeth look. This extraordinary piece of macabre eco-art was created by Indian artist Subodh Gupta.
I’m sure having one of these in your front garden would scare more than the crows away!
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