Nigel Cockerton’s Contribution To The World – Vodkahead

Nigel Cockerton received a Master’s in Forensic and Medical Art from the University of Dundee, Scotland, and has also trained and worked with FBI officials in the U.S.

One day Cockerton decided to perform some forensic facial reconstruction on  a bottle of Crystal Head Vodka.

The skull-shaped bottle is based on 13 crystal heads that have been found in various regions around the world – from the American southwest to Tibet. The heads – believed to be between 5,000 and 35,000-years-old – are thought to offer spiritual power and enlightenment to those who possess them.

Mr Cockerton said the skull he reconstructed was a European female aged between 21 and 30 – although without the real fragments of teeth, he was not able to be more precise.

[Found here, more here.]

Phi Happens.

“Dropped my bottle of Frank’s hot sauce from the fridge and the spillage looks like the golden ratio. The universe is trying to tell me something.”

[Image & caption from here. Related posts here, here and here.]

The .Gif Friday Post No. 654 – Bottle Washer, Snow What & Mentos Russian Roulette

[Top & bottom .gifs found here and here; misplaced the source for Snow Way.]

Three, two, one…

[Found here.]

UPDATE: MSG Grumpy pointed out an anomaly. See it?

Jeannie’s Bottle

Her pad wasn’t cool, but Barbara Eden was hot.

Just like Elizabeth Montgomery in “Bewitched,” “I Dream Of Jeannie” gave a lot of teenage boys fodder for late night fireside hypothetical discussions.

[Image found here.]

%d bloggers like this: