ByJancy Richardson, writer at
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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.


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.


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

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


Here's one of the pictures The Third Eye took

Pretty incredible, huh?


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.


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?


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

Source: Boy of Blue


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