Forensic Artist Performs Facial Reconstruction On Skull-Shaped Vodka Bottle

Forensic artist Nigel Cockerton from Scotland took an empty skull-shaped bottle of high-end Crystal Head Vodka and reconstructed a face – much like he would have with an actual skull – based on it. Nigel thankfully took a series of photos documenting the step-by-step process from empty bottle to creepy reconstructed face. Scroll down to check out the result!

Vodka skull bottle facial reconstruction.

Vodka skull bottle facial reconstruction.

Vodka skull bottle facial reconstruction.

Vodka skull bottle facial reconstruction.

Vodka skull bottle facial reconstruction.

Vodka skull bottle facial reconstruction.

Vodka skull bottle facial reconstruction.

Vodka skull bottle facial reconstruction.

Vodka skull bottle facial reconstruction.

Vodka skull bottle facial reconstruction.

Vodka skull bottle facial reconstruction.

As you can see the result is one very happy person with a mad grille. Although we imagine anyone might look a little peculiar if their head was filled with vodka.

7 thoughts on “Forensic Artist Performs Facial Reconstruction On Skull-Shaped Vodka Bottle”

  1. I have one of those that I take out at Halloween. All I ever do is put a Halloween eye mask on it. This here’s pretty weird. Creeeeepy.

  2. That’s awesome. I often thought of doing something similar with the Punisher skull — it’d make for a pretty freakish face.

  3. Sméagol’s life is a sad story. Yes, Sméagol he was once called. Before the Ring found him… before it drove him mad.

  4. One look at the final form is (almost – It’s half price Mai Tais at the Kon Tiki tonight) enough to make you swear off alcohol.

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