Sunday, June 29, 2008


Skull-A-Day is a self-explanatory personal website by Noah Scalin, who posts one picture of a skull per day.  He started out making skulls using various materials all by himself, and now that he's made it past the year mark he accepts submissions.

Noah accepts pictures depicting skulls that are supposed to be original works by the submitter or pictures of found objects in nature that unintentionally look like skulls.

In the video interview above, I like Noah's thoughts on keeping up a daily site. He sums up the worry of creating something every day rather nicely.  In fact, I can empathize with the whole sentiment.  (Minus the popular site part, or even remote possibility of a book deal.) Skull-a-day won a 2008 Webby for best personal site. 

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