This pinhole camera was made out of a skull by artist Wayne Martin Belger, mwho may or may not dress entirely in black and scrawl pentagrams on the floor of his apartment in virgin's blood.
This work entitled Third Eye, a study of "the beauty of decay," uses precious metals like titanium and silver to expose the memory of time onto film, sheering the 150 year old skull of a 13 year old girl.
Wow, it doesn't get much creepier than that. Well, unless the skull still had a jawbone and said "Say cheese!" Jesus, I just gave myself goosebumps.
Hit the jump to see a scary picture taken with the thing.
Third Eye pinhole camera exposes the dead, mocks the living [engadget]
Thanks to Julian, who once made a pinhole camera out of a Quaker Oats can.
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