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Artist constructs Crystal Head Vodka face

A forensic artist has created what a Crystal Head Vodka bottle might look like if it were a real human face.

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A forensic artist from Scotland has created what he believes a face based on the Crystal Head Vodka skull bottle would look like

Nigel Cockerton, who has a Masters degree in Forensic and Medical Art from the University of Dundee, used facial reconstruction techniques to create what he believes a Crystal Head Vodka face would like, based on the brand’s iconic skull-shaped bottle.

The Scottish artist sculpted facial muscles and flesh out of clay, finishing the piece with a clay ponytail.

He then shared a series of images of the interesting production process of the face with Crystal Head Vodka.

The brand was founded by Canadian actor Dan Aykroyd, star of Ghostbusters, in 2008.

Crystal Head Vodka recently unveiled a limited edition miniature bottling, made exclusively available in boutique London hotels.

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