Zane Wylie, an artist based in Alexandria, Virginia, has just announced the launch of his latest line of replica Tiki skulls. The pieces are carved with Hawaiian motifs and are modeled after actual skulls.
For more information, visit: http://realhumanskull.com/tiki
This latest release will help those interested in skull art find a unique, hand-carved piece. Moreover, the Hawaiian carvings make the skulls ideal for tiki themed rooms and bars.
Artist Zane Wylie specializes in producing art made from both real human skulls and reproductions. He hand carves and paints each of his pieces and is especially interested in traditional Celtic, Viking and Christian symbols. Having worked extensively with genuine skulls, Wylie is proficient in creating convincing replicas.
Zane Wylie’s newest line of skull replicas is designed to be mounted on a wall. Besides featuring traditional Polynesian designs and patterns, the skulls are fitted with a carved Hawaiian hook and brightly colored feathers.
The intricately carved pieces took the artist over 117 hours to complete. The handmade skull replicas are available in limited quantities online.
Besides this series of tiki themed wall hanging skull replicas, Wylie has also designed several Celtic, Day of the Dead, Viking and Harry Potter themed pieces. The artist’s complete collection of both real and replica skulls can be viewed on his website.
Zane Wylie’s work has been recognized for its high level of detail and unique design. The artist’s carved skulls and skull reproductions have also appeared as props for several TV shows and movies, including AMC’s The Preacher and NBC’s Constantine.
This latest announcement is in line with Zane Wylie’s commitment to creating high-quality skull-based artwork. Moreover, his extensive collections have received several positive reviews from clients for their quality design and artistic value.
One satisfied client said: “Excellent quality and craftsmanship. Such a beautiful and unique skull reproduction. I will purchase another one again soon. Pictures don’t do the pieces justice at all.”
Interested parties can view more of Zane Wylie’s pieces and learn more about his work by visiting: http://realhumanskull.com/tiki
Release ID: 89036463