Can’t believe this screen printed skull poster, inspired by the tv series Deadwood (never watched but may now!), is available for £20. That’s an absolute steal for this single colour screen printed gem.
This skull and guns design is printed Peregrina majestic real gold ( I assume it’s metallic-esque), measures 45cm x 60 cm and is limited to 10 prints. Available from the artist Raid 71′s online store. I expect you will be buying one immediately after reading this post.
These 3D printed skull rings are creations by Bits to Atoms that feature slightly faceted surfaces “hinting at it’s digital roots”. I like the mask look of the ring and the fact that this skull ring is available in many mediums like stainless steel, sterling silver, brass, gold plated brass, bronze and even nylon plastic.
Prices start at €26 to about €105 and can be ordered from Bits to Atoms online store on Shapeways. They are based in New York and delivery on each piece can take anywhere from 2-4 weeks depending on finish.
We have all seen the delicately beautiful 3D printed skulls by the amazing Josh Harker and now (well then) we have the pleasure of seeing this sweet collaboration between Harker and The Sugar Lab.
Until I saw this sugar skull I never know that you could use sugar as a medium. Holy shit that is awesome. Problem is it may be so good to look at you may not want to eat it.
The Sugar Lab is creation of husband and wife, Kyle and Liz. They are an architectural design team based in Los Angeles. Love the idea of 3D printed sugar and this skull result is amazing. These skull images and origianl article can be found on Cubify.
Originally found on NOTCOT (check them out if you have not already, I do every day)
I just returned from a road trip in the USA. I stopped at New Orleans and it blew my mind, it was absolutely magical and I saw so many skulls there that I nearly lost my passport just so I had an excuse to stay.
I was exploring the French Market there and stumbled across Crescent City Skull Club. Their collection of skulls are incredible! There is a definite calavera influence and they create sculptures, prints, jewellery, post cards and a bunch of other skull goods.
I bought some for myself and also for mates of mine that got married in a voodoo style wedding while in New Orleans. If you get a chance to pop down to the French Market then go find this stand! AMAZING!! It was also cool to meet a skull artist that I have now blogged about.
I have been travelling in the US.OF.A and just returned. So this skull post is going to be short! We found this groovy smiley face skull on the Adult Art Club Tumblr Blog and is by dirokken (I think!). Enjoy
This lovely watercolour skull painting was created by Ukrainian artist Nikolay Tolmachev. This is the only skull in his Behance gallery but there are also some other nice portrait and one weird swan popping his head out some fellas shorts.
From time to time over at Mr Four Fingers we create a ‘Face Skull’ portrait of someone, generally friends and this time it’s our friend Tarryn. This is a hand drawn pencil portrait, with all black being Indian ink, watercolour and acrylic. These Face Skulls are an part of an ongoing series of portraits that we have featured on SAS before.
This skull t-shirt is available from the Design by Humans crew and the Mr Four Fingers Collective store. This skull is a hand drawn patterned skull with the colours added digitally. The t-shirt is available for $24 and is also available on a few other colours and even some phone covers.
This piece doesn’t really need an introduction, but this carved crocodile skull is immense! Bali Organic Arts produce some of the best skull art we have ever seen! We’ve featured their carved skulls before and they have bee without a doubt some of the most popular posts on the Skull Appreciation Society’s wall.