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Hanging an animal skull on your wall is one of the most manly ways to decorate your crib. It’s right up there with a traditional bearskin rug in terms of awesomeness. Regardless of how manly those things are, though, they’re also kind of morbid when you think about it. Stephan Alexandr takes animal skulls, jaws and bones out of the traditional hunting lodge, wood paneling landscape and puts them in a whole new artistic light with his use of paint. An Alaskan moose skull plate and antlers decked out in dirty orange. A partial Deer skull and antlers as white as the driven snow. A Bloodbath Shark jaw done up in high gloss candy lipstick style. They’re just as manly as their more traditional brethren, but they’re a whole lot more fun.

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