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I hope everyone had a great christmas and a happy new year! So I have recently discovered that WordPress has compiled a 2013 annual report for the Skulls Project that I did find particularly interesting. The report highlights specific blog posts in 2013 that were extremely popular, in fact there is a one to five ranking with Kemit Tesoro at the very top, followed by skull implants / extreme body modification.
The site also displays the most popular search terms as well as the top five websites in 2013 that have referred visitors to the Skulls Project. It’s rather interesting to view all the latest styles and trends in 2013, the skull in contemporary fashion does appear to be one of the most popular search items!
So I did find fascinating was this one particular comment on the annual report that I have included below…
“The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 53,000 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 20 sold-out performances for that many people to see it” – WordPress
It’s great to see the Skulls Project expanding and I would like to thank all the followers, visitors, family and friends for their ongoing support. So now it’s the start of 2014 and I am currently planning upcoming projects and articles in order to discover how the skull has influenced contemporary art and popular culture.
Sean and myself are working together in order to create a business from Black Calavera, we even have a brand new website that displays a small collection of our work.
If you would like to view the annual report please click on the link below, stay tuned for future updates.
– Black Calavera