ByJancy Richardson, writer at Creators.co
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Jancy Richardson

I'm a big fan of the surprising and the macabre, so imagine my sheer glee when I saw these pictures of a camera made from a human skull.

Nope, it's not a hitherto undiscovered piece of necrophile and human-furniture-crafter Ed Gein's depraved house of horrors; it's a stunning artwork made by the insanely talented artist Wayne Martin Belger.

Belger makes cameras from human skulls

This particular skull is over 150 years old, and belonged to a 13-year-old girl.

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This is an old school pinhole camera

The cross in the skull's forehead contains a tiny hole at the center, which functions like a traditional pinhole camera.

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This camera is called 'The Third Eye'...

It's designed to capture 'the beauty of decay,' which seems appropriate.

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Here's one of the pictures The Third Eye took

Pretty incredible, huh?

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This is his other skull camera, Yama

Yama is designed to photograph 'modern incarnations of Southeast Asian deities and the refugee cities in India.' Yama is a different model and has two holes instead of one.

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Would you like to own one of Belger's amazing creations, or are you more of a traditional, Ed Gein-style Lamp Made of Human Nipples kind of person?

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Would you like to own one of these human skull cameras?

Source: Boy of Blue

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