Infections Fight To The Death Inside This 3D-Printed Chimpanzee Skull

A research team at the University of Texas, led by chemists Jodi Connell, Marvin Whiteley, and Jason Shear, has 3D-printed this microscopic chimpanzee skull, which later served as an unsettling proof-of-concept for printing "microscopic houses" to trap bacteria, forming "tiny zoos for the study of infections." » 10/07/13 7:13pm 10/07/13 7:13pm

The TSA Found Human Skull Fragments Inside a Clay Pot

This is unsettling. The TSA found something wonkier and more gruesome than your usual box cutter or vibrator or even loaded gun this week: they found an actual human skull. Yeah. At Fort Lauderdale Airport, TSA screeners discovered that the remains of a human skull and its teeth were hidden inside clay pots. The skull… » 4/26/13 11:00pm 4/26/13 11:00pm

MP3-Playing, Photo Frame Skull Belt Buckle is Gothic Gadget Wrongness

Sadly this doesn't have "I am become death, the bringer of MP3s" inscribed upon it—it'd chime nicely with the ohmygod tackiness of the Digital Skull Belt Buckle. It's in fact so terrible it's wonderful: A metal belt-buckle in the shape of a skull with interchangeable modules in a cutout in the forehead. One's a cheesy… » 11/17/08 5:52am 11/17/08 5:52am

Papercraft Skull with Moving Jaw, Just in Time for Halloween

This Papercraft skull has a tab on the back that you can pull and make it talk, scaring the children, and maybe even your pets. Download the PDF, and you can make one for yourself, just in time for the big day. After the jump, we have a very special hat you can wear for your Halloween festivities. » 10/25/07 12:50pm 10/25/07 12:50pm

Skull PCB Bracelet Brings Back High School Memories

A Livejournal user with the lovely moniker "vomitsaw" has crafted some equally lovely skull bracelets from copper printed circuit boards, which are etched by hand and sport AV plug fasteners. Apparently there's been enough interest in these very '80s ornaments to lure the goth/geek (geek/goth?) craftsman into the … » 9/17/07 8:54am 9/17/07 8:54am