Quite some time ago, I came across the Skull-A-Day blog but didn't exactly delve into the site. Like most internet meandering, I probably glanced at a few pictures, read a headline or two, judged it and moved on. But last week at Chapters I picked up a copy of "Skulls" by Noah Scalin: a collection of his skull-a-day art endeavours and I remembered the site. It's a great little book but it only scratches the surface of the material at Skull-A-Day, which now includes user submissions as well as Noah's own work. It's a wonderful reminder that creative efforts can come in any form. Even peach pits. And push pins. And leaves. You name it: Noah probably made a skull out of it.