Steven Cheek: Skull Pottery

I recently posted Nicole Pangas’s Skull Cups.

And now I’ve stumbled upon Steven Cheek’s skull pottery.

Teapots, cups, mugs, jars, flasks, bottles…there is a whole collection of skull inspired pottery.

So what type of skull pottery do you prefer?

See more great designs on the artist site.
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11 Responses to “Steven Cheek: Skull Pottery”

  1. SaptarshiC Says:

    Hmm… Maybe they should make a teacup as a single hollow skull-piece with the top cut off. That way you can imagine you are a zombie drinking someone’s blood and brains.

  2. Hmmm…these are a bit daintier than Nicole Pangas’s you had posted earlier. I really like the dainty but I also like the rawness of the other. Hard decision for they are on different ends. I take one of both! 🙂

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