The Incredible And Morbid Talent Of Andrew Firth

These amazing and morbid works of art by Australian artist Andrew Firth come from a very interesting place. He was a boat builder for 12 years, and so he’s loved maritime terminology. This is where “Jack of the Dust” comes from; it’s an old US Navy marine term for a steward who doled out quantities of flour which resulted in a dusty atmosphere.

Now Andrew (or Andy as he prefers to be called) is spending his days bringing new life to dead things. All the skulls are based on a life sized European grade plastic human anatomy skull, and come in a wide range of styles and colors. Some of them are bright, colorful, and quite peaceful looking. Others are dark, foreboding, creepy, and sinister. In other words, we love it.

How awesome is the trooper from artist: shawna hogan-Moore ??

A photo posted by Jackofthedust (@jackofthedust) on

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