Kiehl’s is unveiling their newest piece of skeleton-inspired art by Two x Two for AIDS and Art this weekend: “Boneshaker,” a custom chopper. Built by artist Paul Cox, the skeleton themed motorcycle is part of the Kiehl’s Meet Mr. Bones art collection, a series of sculptures inspired by Mr. Bones, a skeleton teaching tool used by Irving Morse, founder of Kiehl’s pharmacy. The piece will make its debut with us here in Dallas at Saturday’s Two x Two gala and then be available for viewing at Kiehl’s in Highland Park Village through this Sunday, October 21. Here’s the beauty: bring the family. Kids can ogle at the magic bike. Hubby can dream up how he’s going to make one just like it. And you can run in Kiehl’s and pick up a few of your favorite things. Namely Lip Balm #1, Rosa Arctica moisturizer, and pretty much anything else you can get your hands on.