Artist Kirstin Bunyard combines a background in forensics with her love of fashion to create these elegantly macabre bone accessories.
Reese Moore spends months gathering animal bones to create these life-size skeletal cycles and other surreal objects.
The chapel contains three thousand human skulls, and the bones of 21,000 other casualties of war.
The intricate carvings of artist Maskull Lasserre transform pianos, tools, furnishings, books and more into surreal skeletal creatures, human body parts and bizarre weapons.
The remains of 12 dogs were uncovered at the burial site, believed to have been buried in the small pit between 1350 and 1520 A.D.
Sculptor Jennifer Trask creates such delicate vintage-style artwork, you'd never suspect her medium is mostly cured bones and other animal parts.
A doctor in Seoul, South Korea was forced to take down two giant, grisly "trophies" containing hundreds of bone fragments he removed from cosmetic surgery patients.
Sculptors Tim Noble and Sue Webster recycle junk and real animal parts into elaborate optical illusions depicting severed human heads and other nightmarish images.