These kaleidoscope-inspired skulls are by Ordoab from Deviant Art. I’m keeping my posts rather short this week but that’s cool as you probably just want to see awesome skulls, and not read about them.
We love all things skulls, not just amazing illustrations and artwork. Saying that here are a couple of interesting looking skull chairs I have been collecting. I have credited where I could so if you see a chair without proper accreditation and you know you made it then share it with a brother
Louis in extremis chairs by Geoffrey Bradfield for Kyle Bunting (inspired by Alexander McQueen)
Mathieu Naud Skull Chair found on CoolestFurniture.net
Tatted Skull Chair by Scott Campbell
Skull Chair by Vladi Rapaport
Nine Lives are an independent street wear brand based in Kilkenny, Ireland. We’ve seen them around quite a bit and they shared this awesome Terminator Skull t-shirt with our Facebook Page. Little did they know I had already spotted this t-shirt in their online shop and was planning to do a post of it anyways.
They have a variety of t-shirts in their store which also feature skulls and you can view them here. The Terminator skull t-shirt is available for €24.99.
This skull sticker collection named ‘Gums and Roses’ was designed by Shaun Oakley, a South African born graphic designer. I spotted these skull stickers on Behance and some of Shaun’s other work features skulls too so be sure to have a look at his profile.
We were sent this digital skull piece on Facebook by one of our fans. The digital skull is from the portfolio of Android Jones.
I know I have mentioned Noah Scalin‘s skull work before, a few times, but it’s hard not too when he’s so active and talented when it comes to his creative and design influence of this iconic motif. His skull font, called the Skullphabet, featured in the Book of Skulls and has appeared on numerous blogs and font-related sites.
Something for the lovely-skull-loving-ladies! Here are some fab skull shoes by Taylor Says.
At first I had no idea what this was, but now I know, it’s a steam engine skull. Obviously. This skull was sent to us by one of our Facebook followers – cheers Mo!
Mr Tree, Joseph Motas, is a Spanish designer currently living in Barcelona. He has a very diverse portfolio ranging from simple pattern making to lighting and furniture design. One of the styles which sets him apart is his patterns and the repitition of these which we will show you below.
Skull Patterns by Mr Tree Designs