Every artist has their style of creating their art and that's what makes them different. Czech 3D artist Filip Hodas's work usually revolves around apocalyptic and destructive scenarios involving pop culture icons. In this new series, he explores the myth and legend of cartoon fossils. It features skulls of cartoon icons from crude Bender Bending Rodríguez to the football head himself Arnold. Every individual cranium has entertaining zoological names such as “Spongia Bobæ” and the year they originally aired on TV. Scroll down and experience the beauty and mysteriousness of these pop culture skull fossils!



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#1 Homo Automatum - USA, 1999 🤖


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#2 Homunculus Cæruleum - Belgium, 1958 🍄


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#3 Homunculus Maggus - USA, 1989 👶


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#4 Homo Arnus - USA, 1996 🏈


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#5 Anas Scroogius - USA, 1947 💰


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#6 Homo Popoculis - USA, 1929 💪


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#7 Mus Minnius - USA, 1928 🐭


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#8 Canis Goofus - USA, 1932 🐶


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#9 Spongia Bobæ - USA, 1999 🍍


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#10 Canaria Tweetea - USA, 1941 🐤


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#11 Ursus Yogus - USA, 1958 🐻


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