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Art of the Skull - Mary Emmerling and Jim Arndt

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Art of the Skull - Mary Emmerling and Jim Arndt

19.99

Art of the Skull

From Day of the Dead to motorcycles and the “sickest headphones”—skulls rule! Laugh at Death over and over again through more than 250 fun, fabulous pictures of skulls in action—on the dance floor, in the parlor, zooming out of the garage, dangling from silver chains. These artisandesigned skulls range from heavy metal to granny-sweet dancing skeletons for wearing, decorating homes, scaring up shivers, and attracting a gawking crowd at every turn of the head.

Mary Emmerling is the best-selling author of more than 25 books. She was the creative director of Country Home Magazine for ten years. She hosted HGTV’s Country At Home show, worked as the decorating editor for House Beautiful, and was editor-in-chief of her own Mary Emmerling Country Magazine for the New York Times. She now lives in Santa Fe. She authored Art of the Cross and Art of Turquoise with Jim Arndt.

Jim Arndt is the author of How to Be a Cowboy and photographed Art of the Cross, Art of Turquoise, and several Cowboy Boot books. He lives in Santa Fe.

Ships from our Dallas Location

+1 (214) 821-1777

 

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Art of the Skull

From Day of the Dead to motorcycles and the “sickest headphones”—skulls rule! Laugh at Death over and over again through more than 250 fun, fabulous pictures of skulls in action—on the dance floor, in the parlor, zooming out of the garage, dangling from silver chains. These artisandesigned skulls range from heavy metal to granny-sweet dancing skeletons for wearing, decorating homes, scaring up shivers, and attracting a gawking crowd at every turn of the head.

Mary Emmerling is the best-selling author of more than 25 books. She was the creative director of Country Home Magazine for ten years. She hosted HGTV’s Country At Home show, worked as the decorating editor for House Beautiful, and was editor-in-chief of her own Mary Emmerling Country Magazine for the New York Times. She now lives in Santa Fe. She authored Art of the Cross and Art of Turquoise with Jim Arndt.

Jim Arndt is the author of How to Be a Cowboy and photographed Art of the Cross, Art of Turquoise, and several Cowboy Boot books. He lives in Santa Fe.

Ships from our Dallas Location

+1 (214) 821-1777