From cattle bones to smirking skeletons, dead things are all over my yard.
The problem is – I like it.
Perhaps liking dead thing art is not a problem, as I’m not alone in my passion.
Zombie movies are always a hit on the silver screen and skeletal figurines have long held center stage in shrines and mausoleums across the globe. Heck, the Capuchin Cemetery in Rome is even constructed of monk bones.
Dead thing art lovers get a welcome respite from being called weird during October, when Halloween, Day of the Dead and the general autumnal climate makes our adoration of dead thing art appear normal.
We just know in the back of our heads the stuff rocks all year round.
Check out the slide show featuring some of my dead thing art, some of which I created this weekend to stock up for the holidays.
Also feel free to leave ghoulish – or non-ghoulish – comments and take the dead thing art poll.
How many dead thing art pieces do you have around your own home? – No, velvet Elvis paintings don’t count, unless he’s depicted as a skeleton.follow rynski: