Dan Aykroyd’s Crystal Skull Head Vodka Gets A Facial Reconstruction: A 6 Phase Process…

…And I simply CANNOT un-see it.

Avid fans of Dan Aykroyd’s Crystal Skull Head Vodka have all thought it at least once.

Who is the mystery head behind the unusually shaped Crystal Skull Head Vodka bottle?

Well your questions have been answered!

A Forensic Artist by the name of Nigel Cockerton from Scotland suffered the painstaking process of completing a full facial reconstruction using one of the popular skull shaped Vodka bottles.

During the unnerving yet utterly fascinating process, we can see from the pictures that he has gradually applied layer after layer of a “human” face.

After deciding on a suitable eye colour, small rubber plugs were attached to the glass bottle and cut-to-measure in order to assist with “tissue” depth.
He then gradually adds layers of facial muscle texture, cartilage, skin and some glorious hair. As if that wasn’t enough, there’s also a full neck and some bushy eyebrows, otherwise it would just be weird!

Take a look at the 6 phases below


Photos from Crystal Skull Head Facebook Page.
The Forensic Artist is Nigel Cockerton

There you have it, Crystal Skull Head Vodka Gets a Face. Finally!
The gift you never knew you needed.

About Crystal Skull Head Vodka

Dan Aykroyd, whom we all know and love, and pal John Alexander wanted to
craft a vessel worthy of one of the world’s purest vodkas. A symbol of life,
reflecting power and enlightenment, to hold their award-winning white spirit of super natural purity.

We think they’ve done a pretty top notch job!

Crystal Skull Head Vodka Gets a face

This glorious, velvety vodka is filtered a whopping seven times!
Three of which are through layers of semi-precious crystals known as Herkimer diamonds.
Not only that, the Crystal Skull Head distillers use the finest wheat grain named peaches
and cream as well as the fresh, pristine waters of Newfoundland.

It’s loved all year for its smooth vanilla, black pepper, peaches,
and citrus aromas, as well as incredible skull-shaped bottle
designed by John Alexander.

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