This image was made in a pinhole camera fashioned from a human skull. Pinhole cameras need no moving parts – any chamber that has a minuscule hole and some photographic film facing it can take photos with some detail, and often the results are similarly dreamy.
Skulls, of course, have lots of big holes, and Wayne Martin Belger closed those off and created a new hole for the exposures. The camera that made this photo is called Third Eye.
More about the pinhole skull camera at Inhabitat, and more about Wayne Martin Belger’s cameras at his website, including more about this camera. And more about the history and workings of pinhole cameras.
Ha! I went to high school with Wayne.