From Cone Heads to Haute Helmet Spreads and Beheaded Cakes

 - Apr 2, 2012
Head-oriented features have been a consistent focus among fashion editorial teams, baking campaigns and artistic endeavors alike. An assortment of vocations have found use for one of the most essential parts of the human body, and have all displayed their cranium-centric pieces in divergent manners.

The array of atypical head features have brought about some incredibly intricate designs. From metallic head gear spreads to highly exaggerated afro-chic up-dos, there is virtually no stopping this growing phenomenon, especially in the realm of art where this niche has taken on an impressive list of unrivaled directions.

The slew of skull-oriented collections points to a well-grounded interest in the face. Among both animals and humans, the eyes and mouth have been known to give away sentiment, and have therefore long been associated with the inner core of one's being.