Ever since his captivating work for fashion house Alexander McQueen London-based artist Jacky Tsai and his floral skulls have become known to a wider audience. Initially paper and fabric based, Tsai has taken his floral skull art a step further, creating a 5 foot tall skull sculpture elaborately covered in leather flowers. This amazing project took 15 needlesmiths, 300 days and nights, and 1,000 leather pieces stitched together with one million stitches to finish. Have a look in the gallery for some detailed shots.
- Source: my modern met