Beaded Skulls Burst with Color


For Halloween, what could be more festive than a dressed up skull? The company Our Exquisite Corpse, run by Catherine Martin, has released sixteen life-like skulls adorned with colorful beads. The Huichol people of the Sierra Madre mountains in Western Mexico, who collaborated with Martin on this project, handcrafted each figure, drawing inspiration from their religious beliefs. Each piece exhibits symbolic patterns to represent their Sun God, ancestor spirits and the four principle deities – Deer, Corn, Peyote, and the Eagle. The limited edition items are sold exclusively at LN-CC.













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