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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8487 Bowls 1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Catacomb Culture Here???s a macabre morning breakfast bowl perfect for a monster helping of morning cerealIt???s in the shape of a hollowed out skull and looks amazingly ilke the real thing.There is even a matching goblet which includes part of a spinal column as a stand.Despite the realistic look, the pieces are handmade out of food-safe resin. Use one to eat your from, or anything worthy of a hollowed-out skull. The gruesome-looking pieces are the work of US artist Jeremy Ciliberto as part of his Catacomb Culture homeware range.Jeremy, from Pennsylvania , a former film production designer, makes each piece by hand to order from customers who love the gothic vibe.The food bowls cost $100 USD / ??Z85 Euros from his CatacombCulture.com store on the Etsy website.The goblets are $120 USD / ??Z102 Euros and fruit bowls are $90 USD / ??Z76 Euros Shot glasses from vertebra are also $90 USD / ??Z76 Euros.He sys his Catacomb Culture focuses on creating home decor & art inspired by macabre style & ancient catacombs. All items are made by hand to orderAs well as cereal, the bowls can be used for all sorts of foods like spaghetti and meatballs, chilli and tacos.Jeremy said:??? The moment of inspiration was when I first saw photos of the catacombs and channels. ??sI was overwhelmed by the beautiful and detailed patterns of how the artists and craftsmen placed the human bones. ??sThat type of bone art has seemed to of gone extinct, so as an artist with the burden of inspiration I didn't have a choice but to create my own interpretation of it. |I've found it has changed the way I and others see death and cope.???He said each piece involves sculpting, carving, dremeling, sanding, painting, staining and covering in epoxy. OPS: One of Jeremy???s realistic Catacomb Culture skull bowls and spine goblets. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8487 Bowls 1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Catacomb Culture Here???s a macabre morning breakfast bowl perfect for a monster helping of morning cerealIt???s in the shape of a hollowed out skull and looks amazingly ilke the real thing.There is even a matching goblet which includes part of a spinal column as a stand.Despite the realistic look, the pieces are handmade out of food-safe resin. Use one to eat your from, or anything worthy of a hollowed-out skull. The gruesome-looking pieces are the work of US artist Jeremy Ciliberto as part of his Catacomb Culture homeware range.Jeremy, from Pennsylvania , a former film production designer, makes each piece by hand to order from customers who love the gothic vibe.The food bowls cost $100 USD / ??Z85 Euros from his CatacombCulture.com store on the Etsy website.The goblets are $120 USD / ??Z102 Euros and fruit bowls are $90 USD / ??Z76 Euros Shot glasses from vertebra are also $90 USD / ??Z76 Euros.He sys his Catacomb Culture focuses on creating home decor & art inspired by macabre style & ancient catacombs. All items are made by hand to orderAs well as cereal, the bowls can be used for all sorts of foods like spaghetti and meatballs, chilli and tacos.Jeremy said:??? The moment of inspiration was when I first saw photos of the catacombs and channels. ??sI was overwhelmed by the beautiful and detailed patterns of how the artists and craftsmen placed the human bones. ??sThat type of bone art has seemed to of gone extinct, so as an artist with the burden of inspiration I didn't have a choice but to create my own interpretation of it. |I've found it has changed the way I and others see death and cope.???He said each piece involves sculpting, carving, dremeling, sanding, painting, staining and covering in epoxy. OPS: Jeremy???s realistic Catacomb Culture goblets. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8487 Bowls 1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Catacomb Culture Here???s a macabre morning breakfast bowl perfect for a monster helping of morning cerealIt???s in the shape of a hollowed out skull and looks amazingly ilke the real thing.There is even a matching goblet which includes part of a spinal column as a stand.Despite the realistic look, the pieces are handmade out of food-safe resin. Use one to eat your from, or anything worthy of a hollowed-out skull. The gruesome-looking pieces are the work of US artist Jeremy Ciliberto as part of his Catacomb Culture homeware range.Jeremy, from Pennsylvania , a former film production designer, makes each piece by hand to order from customers who love the gothic vibe.The food bowls cost $100 USD / ??Z85 Euros from his CatacombCulture.com store on the Etsy website.The goblets are $120 USD / ??Z102 Euros and fruit bowls are $90 USD / ??Z76 Euros Shot glasses from vertebra are also $90 USD / ??Z76 Euros.He sys his Catacomb Culture focuses on creating home decor & art inspired by macabre style & ancient catacombs. All items are made by hand to orderAs well as cereal, the bowls can be used for all sorts of foods like spaghetti and meatballs, chilli and tacos.Jeremy said:??? The moment of inspiration was when I first saw photos of the catacombs and channels. ??sI was overwhelmed by the beautiful and detailed patterns of how the artists and craftsmen placed the human bones. ??sThat type of bone art has seemed to of gone extinct, so as an artist with the burden of inspiration I didn't have a choice but to create my own interpretation of it. |I've found it has changed the way I and others see death and cope.???He said each piece involves sculpting, carving, dremeling, sanding, painting, staining and covering in epoxy. OPS: One of Jeremy???s realistic Catacomb Culture skull bowls Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8487 Bowls 1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Catacomb Culture Here???s a macabre morning breakfast bowl perfect for a monster helping of morning cerealIt???s in the shape of a hollowed out skull and looks amazingly ilke the real thing.There is even a matching goblet which includes part of a spinal column as a stand.Despite the realistic look, the pieces are handmade out of food-safe resin. Use one to eat your from, or anything worthy of a hollowed-out skull. The gruesome-looking pieces are the work of US artist Jeremy Ciliberto as part of his Catacomb Culture homeware range.Jeremy, from Pennsylvania , a former film production designer, makes each piece by hand to order from customers who love the gothic vibe.The food bowls cost $100 USD / ??Z85 Euros from his CatacombCulture.com store on the Etsy website.The goblets are $120 USD / ??Z102 Euros and fruit bowls are $90 USD / ??Z76 Euros Shot glasses from vertebra are also $90 USD / ??Z76 Euros.He sys his Catacomb Culture focuses on creating home decor & art inspired by macabre style & ancient catacombs. All items are made by hand to orderAs well as cereal, the bowls can be used for all sorts of foods like spaghetti and meatballs, chilli and tacos.Jeremy said:??? The moment of inspiration was when I first saw photos of the catacombs and channels. ??sI was overwhelmed by the beautiful and detailed patterns of how the artists and craftsmen placed the human bones. ??sThat type of bone art has seemed to of gone extinct, so as an artist with the burden of inspiration I didn't have a choice but to create my own interpretation of it. |I've found it has changed the way I and others see death and cope.???He said each piece involves sculpting, carving, dremeling, sanding, painting, staining and covering in epoxy. OPS: One of Jeremy???s realistic Catacomb Culture skull bowls Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8487 Bowls 1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Catacomb Culture Here???s a macabre morning breakfast bowl perfect for a monster helping of morning cerealIt???s in the shape of a hollowed out skull and looks amazingly ilke the real thing.There is even a matching goblet which includes part of a spinal column as a stand.Despite the realistic look, the pieces are handmade out of food-safe resin. Use one to eat your from, or anything worthy of a hollowed-out skull. The gruesome-looking pieces are the work of US artist Jeremy Ciliberto as part of his Catacomb Culture homeware range.Jeremy, from Pennsylvania , a former film production designer, makes each piece by hand to order from customers who love the gothic vibe.The food bowls cost $100 USD / ??Z85 Euros from his CatacombCulture.com store on the Etsy website.The goblets are $120 USD / ??Z102 Euros and fruit bowls are $90 USD / ??Z76 Euros Shot glasses from vertebra are also $90 USD / ??Z76 Euros.He sys his Catacomb Culture focuses on creating home decor & art inspired by macabre style & ancient catacombs. All items are made by hand to orderAs well as cereal, the bowls can be used for all sorts of foods like spaghetti and meatballs, chilli and tacos.Jeremy said:??? The moment of inspiration was when I first saw photos of the catacombs and channels. ??sI was overwhelmed by the beautiful and detailed patterns of how the artists and craftsmen placed the human bones. ??sThat type of bone art has seemed to of gone extinct, so as an artist with the burden of inspiration I didn't have a choice but to create my own interpretation of it. |I've found it has changed the way I and others see death and cope.???He said each piece involves sculpting, carving, dremeling, sanding, painting, staining and covering in epoxy. OPS: One of Jeremy???s realistic Catacomb Culture skull bowls Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8487 Bowls 1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Catacomb Culture Here???s a macabre morning breakfast bowl perfect for a monster helping of morning cerealIt???s in the shape of a hollowed out skull and looks amazingly ilke the real thing.There is even a matching goblet which includes part of a spinal column as a stand.Despite the realistic look, the pieces are handmade out of food-safe resin. Use one to eat your from, or anything worthy of a hollowed-out skull. The gruesome-looking pieces are the work of US artist Jeremy Ciliberto as part of his Catacomb Culture homeware range.Jeremy, from Pennsylvania , a former film production designer, makes each piece by hand to order from customers who love the gothic vibe.The food bowls cost $100 USD / ??Z85 Euros from his CatacombCulture.com store on the Etsy website.The goblets are $120 USD / ??Z102 Euros and fruit bowls are $90 USD / ??Z76 Euros Shot glasses from vertebra are also $90 USD / ??Z76 Euros.He sys his Catacomb Culture focuses on creating home decor & art inspired by macabre style & ancient catacombs. All items are made by hand to orderAs well as cereal, the bowls can be used for all sorts of foods like spaghetti and meatballs, chilli and tacos.Jeremy said:??? The moment of inspiration was when I first saw photos of the catacombs and channels. ??sI was overwhelmed by the beautiful and detailed patterns of how the artists and craftsmen placed the human bones. ??sThat type of bone art has seemed to of gone extinct, so as an artist with the burden of inspiration I didn't have a choice but to create my own interpretation of it. |I've found it has changed the way I and others see death and cope.???He said each piece involves sculpting, carving, dremeling, sanding, painting, staining and covering in epoxy. OPS: One of Jeremy???s realistic Catacomb Culture goblets. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8487 Bowls 1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Catacomb Culture Here???s a macabre morning breakfast bowl perfect for a monster helping of morning cerealIt???s in the shape of a hollowed out skull and looks amazingly ilke the real thing.There is even a matching goblet which includes part of a spinal column as a stand.Despite the realistic look, the pieces are handmade out of food-safe resin. Use one to eat your from, or anything worthy of a hollowed-out skull. The gruesome-looking pieces are the work of US artist Jeremy Ciliberto as part of his Catacomb Culture homeware range.Jeremy, from Pennsylvania , a former film production designer, makes each piece by hand to order from customers who love the gothic vibe.The food bowls cost $100 USD / ??Z85 Euros from his CatacombCulture.com store on the Etsy website.The goblets are $120 USD / ??Z102 Euros and fruit bowls are $90 USD / ??Z76 Euros Shot glasses from vertebra are also $90 USD / ??Z76 Euros.He sys his Catacomb Culture focuses on creating home decor & art inspired by macabre style & ancient catacombs. All items are made by hand to orderAs well as cereal, the bowls can be used for all sorts of foods like spaghetti and meatballs, chilli and tacos.Jeremy said:??? The moment of inspiration was when I first saw photos of the catacombs and channels. ??sI was overwhelmed by the beautiful and detailed patterns of how the artists and craftsmen placed the human bones. ??sThat type of bone art has seemed to of gone extinct, so as an artist with the burden of inspiration I didn't have a choice but to create my own interpretation of it. |I've found it has changed the way I and others see death and cope.???He said each piece involves sculpting, carving, dremeling, sanding, painting, staining and covering in epoxy. OPS: Jeremy???s realistic Catacomb Culture shot glasses. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8487 Bowls 1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Catacomb Culture Here???s a macabre morning breakfast bowl perfect for a monster helping of morning cerealIt???s in the shape of a hollowed out skull and looks amazingly ilke the real thing.There is even a matching goblet which includes part of a spinal column as a stand.Despite the realistic look, the pieces are handmade out of food-safe resin. Use one to eat your from, or anything worthy of a hollowed-out skull. The gruesome-looking pieces are the work of US artist Jeremy Ciliberto as part of his Catacomb Culture homeware range.Jeremy, from Pennsylvania , a former film production designer, makes each piece by hand to order from customers who love the gothic vibe.The food bowls cost $100 USD / ??Z85 Euros from his CatacombCulture.com store on the Etsy website.The goblets are $120 USD / ??Z102 Euros and fruit bowls are $90 USD / ??Z76 Euros Shot glasses from vertebra are also $90 USD / ??Z76 Euros.He sys his Catacomb Culture focuses on creating home decor & art inspired by macabre style & ancient catacombs. All items are made by hand to orderAs well as cereal, the bowls can be used for all sorts of foods like spaghetti and meatballs, chilli and tacos.Jeremy said:??? The moment of inspiration was when I first saw photos of the catacombs and channels. ??sI was overwhelmed by the beautiful and detailed patterns of how the artists and craftsmen placed the human bones. ??sThat type of bone art has seemed to of gone extinct, so as an artist with the burden of inspiration I didn't have a choice but to create my own interpretation of it. |I've found it has changed the way I and others see death and cope.???He said each piece involves sculpting, carving, dremeling, sanding, painting, staining and covering in epoxy. OPS: One of Jeremy???s realistic Catacomb Culture bowls Picture supplied by Ferrari
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